Book Of The Day – Christchurch Crime Thriller Boxset

by Ron on April 6, 2018

Today’s Book of the Day is a Thriller and Suspense Boxset by USA Today bestselling author Katherine Hayton and it’s 83% off for a limited time. Christchurch Crime Thriller Boxset has a 4.5 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $5!

“Wow! Wonderful author! Hitchcock would be impressed.” Louise – Amazon Reviewer

Christchurch Crime Thriller Boxset
by Katherine Hayton
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Thriller and Suspense
Price: $0.99 save $5


USA Today Bestselling Author

Sleuth. Victim. Killer.

Found Near Water

Rena Sutherland wakes from a coma into a horrific nightmare. Following a car accident, Rena’s vulnerable young daughter Chloe has disappeared but no one cared, no one noticed. NO ONE HAS BEEN SEARCHING.

Victim support officer Christine Emmett takes on Rena as a client to guide her through the confusion and destructive despair of Chloe’s disappearance.

With anxiety mounting, fears for the girl’s safety grow with each tick of the clock.

Amid the mounting confusion, Christine must expose the truth if she is to save Chloe from a remorseless fate.


Three months before she died Daina Harrow faced a bully at school.

Six weeks before she died Daina Harrow suffered an assault in the park.

One week before she died Daina Harrow stole a secret people had killed to hide.

That was ten years ago. Ten long years.

Now, her bones have been found on a building site. A coroner’s inquest has been reopened. A parade of witnesses is about to start.

And Daina’s here. Watching every day as her mother cries in the courtroom. Watching every day as her friends, and her enemies, and her killers lie about her on the stand.

Watching, and making sure that no matter what the coroner hears, you know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

So help you God.

Breathe and Release

When Elisabet wakes in a hospital, the victim of a single-vehicle accident, her mind is empty of all memories and images except for one—the tangled dream of a woman starving to death.

As Elisabet’s husband morphs from a loving caregiver into an abusive opponent and her stepdaughter refuses all attempts to connect, Elisabet attempts to piece together evidence to confirm whether the woman in her dreams is real or a tortured figment of her imagination.

And when danger encroaches from all sides, Elisabet must draw on the last strands of her strained courage to survive the depraved truth hidden deep within her erased brain.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

This was a sad but beautifully written and imaginative story written from the perspective of 15 year old Daina. I don’t want to delve too much into the storyline as I hate to ruin it for anybody. But, I do highly recommend this! Review of Skeletal


Wow! Wonderful book! I’m still amazed how the story turned out!!! Hatton saves the answers until the very end and its twisting, turning trail to get there! Very well thought out and fun to read! Review of Breathe and Release


Katherine Hayton has a very interesting writing style and she used short stories written almost like diary entries from each of the mothers in Christine’s support group to help tell their stories as well as move the story as a whole forward. As a mother I found this story particularly touching as it is about the thing I fear the most, losing a child. Review of Found Near Water


What a unique and intriguing story. This author draws you in with her characters and her writing style. And leaves you with a story you won’t soon forget. Even though it’s told in back and forth time periods, the plot was easy to follow. Review of Skeletal


I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was well written and takes a different viewpoint from many other books with a similar theme. I loved hearing the individual women’s stories told from their viewpoint. The book moves along well without lots of extra fluff. A quick read that I didn’t want to put down. Review of Found Near Water

Get Christchurch Crime Thriller Boxset here: Christchurch Crime Thriller Boxset

About The Author

Katherine Hayton is a middle-aged woman who works in insurance, doesn’t have children or pets, can’t drive, has lived in Christchurch her entire life, and resides a two-minute walk from where she was born.

For some reason, she’s developed a rich fantasy life.

To confuse readers, Katherine also publishes under the pen name Lee Hayton (a USA Today bestselling author.) The horror of the world knowing her middle name is outweighed by the convenience of fitting the shorter nom de plume onto book covers. Something she now wishes she’d discovered and implemented far sooner.

Katherine’s latest novel is Blueberries & Bereavement, the third in a new Cozy Mystery series—Sweet Baked Mysteries. It’s set in the gorgeous township of Hanmer Springs, which is a ninety-minute drive from her home base in Christchurch and her favorite holiday destination in New Zealand. The fourth entry in the series, Pumpkin Spice & Poisoning, is on its way soon and is available now for pre-order.

She spends far too much time hanging about on Twitter @kathay1973 if you want to connect, and is now tired of referring to herself in the third person so is signing off.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Katherine Hayton and ENT appreciate it.


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