Today I welcome the Book Tour for the twisted and funny The Butcher by Nathan Burrows. Along with this spotlight post, I’ll be giving my take on the novel here in a bit. But before I get to talking about the book, let’s start by learning a little about this here book, okay? Before I forget, I should mention that for a limited time, The Butcher is available for 99p/99c. That’s a price that you cannot go wrong with.
She thought it was pork. She was wrong.
The first time hapless food inspector Emily Underwood meets butcher Frank Pinch, he’s not got much at all in his display counters. But what he does have is a rather unusual plan to restock his shelves. The next time they bump into each other, he’s won an award for his sausages but is running out of meat.
Can Frank keep up production of his unusually tasty sausages? Will Emily discover the source of Frank’s award-winning meat? And what will happen the next time she tries to inspect his butcher’s shop?
Book 1 in the Rub-a-Dub-Dub trilogy, this deliciously British dark comedy will change the way you look at sausages forever.
About Nathan Burrows:
He’s also the author of a dark comedy trilogy set in Norfolk. The first in the series is The Butcher, a deliciously funny story about – amongst other things – sausages. The second in the series is The Baker, which features Norfolk’s most useless cult. And finally, The Candlestick Maker is about a fitness instructor with a difference.
The next book to be released will be Man Down, a return to more traditional thrillers. It’s a military story set in Afghanistan which will be released in the Autumn, 2019. Also releasing later in the year is Finding Milly, which explores just how far a man will go to find his missing daughter.
Nathan’s a keen reader as well as a writer. He occasionally runs marathons, has a Norwich City football club season ticket, and is the proud part-owner of a Daschund puppy called Bertie.
For more information, visit www.nathanburrows.com
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My thanks to damppebbles blog tours for the invitation to participate in this tour and the materials (including a copy of the novel) they provided.