Delighted to kick off our series with Connor Wolf, author of ‘Let Hunting Dogs Lie’
WHAT IS YOUR BOOK ABOUT?
Garrett Langford is a classic example of overworked and underpaid. When a particularly suave and attractive man approaches him in a pub after work, Garrett is instantly attracted to him. Perhaps it is his wealthy attire, or maybe he subconsciously likes the fact that the man looks just like him… only far, far wealthier. A few dates later when the lust turns sour, Garrett hatches a scheming plan to ‘borrow’ the man’s identity. But very little gets past private investigator, Jake, who is adamant on uncovering Garrett’s true identity. Will Garrett catch Jake and silence that which threatens his new fortune? Or will Jake end up prey thanks to Garrett’s new, and seemingly endless, resources?
WHY SHOULD READERS CHOOSE YOUR BOOK OVER ANYONE ELSE’S?
Three reasons: first of all, the story is told from multiple perspectives. Secondly, it sets itself apart from other crime thrillers in that the ‘whodunit’ element is known from very early on, so it is focused on the thrill of who will catch who in the end. Last but not least, it has, at its heart, a gay man who centres as the primary character.
CAN YOU TELL US A BIT MORE ABOUT YOU?
I am a writer and law student who is a huge fan of Peter James and Richard Osman; ‘The Thursday Murder Club’ series is a favourite of mine. I am working on another crime thriller at the moment and I find writing such an interesting craft; to create worlds and characters, gangs and monsters out of nothing but an imagination is so unbelievably fantastic. It is a hobby, a business and a passion. I treasure it dearly.
WHERE CAN OUR READERS FIND YOU AND FOLLOW YOU?
You can find me on Twitter at @ConnorW96
‘Let Hunting Dogs Lie’ is available for purchase at: https://amzn.to/3VNkCMh