#Chameleon by Michael K Foster #BlogTour #Guestpost @MichaelKFoster1 @BOTBSPublicity

I am delighted to share a fabulous guest post by Michael K Foster with you today on blog tour…..I hope you guys enjoy it

It was meant to be a harmless adventure…or so he thought.  
When a ten-year-old boy playing hooky from school sees a young woman’s body hanging from a tree, a man at the scene gives chase.
Still recovering from near fatal injuries, Jack Mason is sent to investigate. He knows the boy’s life is in danger, but that’s the least of his worries. There’s a much darker side to this investigation, and one that threatens to change many people’s lives.
What really happened in the woods that day? What dark secrets was the dead woman hiding?
And who, or what, is Chameleon?
You will be hooked from the start by this gripping crime thriller. There’s tension, suspense, and a plot full of unexpected twists and turns. Order your copy today.
Don’t miss out on the rest of the series:
The Wharf Butcher (Book 1)Satan’s Beckoning (Book 2)The Suitcase Man (Book 3)Chameleon (Book 4)

Guest Post

At a literature festival last week, I was asked the question, when did you know that you wanted to become an author, and how did you go about it?

Ever since I was a young boy, I enjoyed making up stories. I felt the need to say something and share it with others. With the help of a brilliant tutor, I began to submit short historical articles to well-known international magazines. Never put off by rejection slips, I had my first big breakthrough in 1992 writing military history articles. This eventually led to several editors giving me a regular monthly slot. 

I’d always thought about writing a crime thriller, but finding the time and self-belief were the problems. It was not until 2006 that I first put my hand to writing book one in the current Jack Mason series – The Wharf Butcher. At the time, I was working in the law courts as a magistrate – face to face with real criminals, which included murderers, rapists, terrorists, drug gangs, to name but a few. Believe me, I learned more about life in those ten years than I would care to write about. 

I write about what I know, and what I love; besides, I’m a big fan of crime thrillers myself. Life has taught me taught me many things, above all, there’s a fine divide between right and wrong. The problem is, people who you think butter wouldn’t melt in their mouths always turn out to be the bad guys. Like many crime readers, I’m fascinated about what makes people tick, and what makes them do what they do. I’m lucky I suppose, as I’ve had first-hand experience of what really goes on behind the scenes.  

Author Bio:
Michael K Foster has been writing crime thriller novels since 2006, all of them based in and around the North East of England. His bestselling debut novel, ‘The Wharf Butcher,’ was released in 2015 and offers a unique insight into this rugged landscape. He has now written four full-length novels featuring the hard-hitting DCI Jack Mason and local criminal profiler David Carlisle. His latest book in the series, ‘Chameleon,’ is scheduled for release in June 2019.
Michael was born in Plymouth, England. After ten years’ service in the British Army, he moved to Newcastle where he gained a master’s degree. A former Magistrate, he now writes full time and lives with his family in County Durham.
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Goodreads Author Page: https://www.goodreads.com/author/dashboard
Website: www.michaelkfoster.com

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