Here’s the cover for my new thriller, “Con Game,” the sequel to “License to Lie.” What do you think? I love the multiple layers in the photo—the idea of dominoes standing in a line, all waiting until someone pushes the first one, then they begin falling, going down deeper and deeper in a spiral until there’s no way to get back to the top.
It won’t be long before advance review copies will be available and the scheduled release date looks like it will be April 29. Just like in the cover photo, the dominoes are all being lined up and then, with one push, a book will be launched. Also here’s a first draft of the book description from the back cover . . .
A million-dollar con gone wrong. A failed attempt at murder. A young girl living on the streets. In this con game, only the strongest survive.
Con artist Roxy Tanner just walked away with $2.6 million on her latest job, but left behind a dead body. Skip Cosgrove wants to help Roxy find out who killed her mark, but he has his own problems—a man the former criminologist once helped put behind bars is back for revenge. With the cops closing in on Roxy, a killer on the hunt for Skip, and neither sure they can trust the other, there’s only one thing to do—whatever it takes.
I’d love to get feedback on the cover design and text, so please let me know what you think!