The Death of Davy Moss

My novel The Death of Davy Moss has just appeared as an e-book. It’s available on Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and in other e-bookstores The print version will be available in a month or so, but I thought you’d want to know about this one.  I’m thrilled that it’s out.

Here’s the cover, the product description, and the link to the Smashwords excerpt feature, which you can access on your computer.

TEEN IDOL DAVY MOSS DIED ALONE ON A MOUNTAIN ROAD. NO ONE EVER FOUND HIS BODY.

Davy Moss died fifteen years ago, but his fans keep him alive. They “see” him everywhere. They hold reunions, listen to his music over and over again. They encourage him to haunt them.

But Davy Moss already haunts one man. Josh Candless, the man Davy Moss became after that accident. Contractor, loner, a man who makes music in the quiet of his apartment. Until one fateful day when he gives an impromptu performance in a bar.

EMILY LUKOVICH HAS SWORN OFF MEN. THEN SHE HEARS JOSH CANDLESS.

Music promoter Emily Lukovich wants to make Josh Candless a star. She has no idea he’s already been one and run away from it. She has no idea who she has taken on, but she’s afraid she knows why.

She’s falling in love with Josh Candless. Once before Emily mixed business with pleasure, and it ruined her career. A relationship with Josh Candless might destroy her career all over again. And worse, it might destroy her.

Because Davy Moss betrayed everyone he ever knew. And Josh Candless might do the same…

Excerpt

6 responses to “The Death of Davy Moss”

  1. Kat J. says:

    I get your RSS feed – so when I saw this I clicked to the sample. I love romances – I hardly ever see one about the music industry. So I sampled, then I bought it off B&N. Left you a review, too.

    Great story!

    • Kris says:

      Thanks so much! I kept getting told by NY Publishers that music industry books don’t sell. That’s why we don’t see them much. I’m so glad you liked it. 🙂

  2. Mark Fasset says:

    I’m sort of miffed at you for putting this book up only days after your last book. For the second time in a week, I couldn’t put one of your books down and let it eat into time I’d planned to spend writing. If you keep putting new books up every three days, how am I supposed to get anything done?
    Thanks for the good reads. 🙂

    • Kris says:

      LOL! Thanks, Mark. I still have to use my reading time as a reward for writing. Maybe that will working…? (That way I can keep putting up books!) Thanks for the wonderful comment. 🙂

  3. Steve Lewis says:

    Kris, the description on this one alone was so intriguing that I was about ninety-five percent sold before I even clicked the sample linke (I have a thing for music industry novels, duh). About two paragraphs into the sample I stopped reading and bought it.

    Thanks for putting this out, Kris. Looking forward to a great read over the next couple days.

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