The books I’ve wanted to bring you for 10 years are finally here!
I explained recently why I wrote Fatal Demand and Fatal Error. Basically, I had the idea back in 2006, on a trip to Italy. I’d seen a fellow while touring Pompeii who looked like a good villain to me. Of course, I have no idea who he is, but he seemed a bit too charming to me, like the kind of guy who could lead gullible people down a deadly and destructive path. I named him Luigi Ficarra. Originally, he was a lone wolf villain. But after a while, he acquired a brother, Enzo. And I planned a novel about this dastardly duo. The whole story behind my 10-year thought process is here: https://dianecapri.com/2015/12/how-plan-italian-brothers-novel-hijacked
Well, over ten years, ideas tend to develop. So the idea that started in Pompeii became the original novel and a sequel — Fatal Demand and Fatal Error. I’m very excited to say that both are now available in ebook and in paperback — finally!!
Early reviews from readers have been fantastic, and I’m so glad you love these books. Here’s what a few of you have said:
Right now, you can also get BOTH of these two new releases combined in my new boxed set called Fatal Double! The boxed set is 20% off the single title prices of these two new releases individually. I hope you enjoy these books as much as my friend Nigel Blackwell and I enjoyed writing them for you. And come back to the blog later this week for more on how we wrote these books.