Roswell author weaves intricate mystery in latest novel
ROSWELL, Ga. — Author Erin Farwell announces the nationwide release of her new novel, “Cold Betrayals: A Cabel Evans Mystery.”
In “Cold Betrayals,” a shootout in Chicago leaves a woman dead, and Jim Evans is fighting for his life. Cabel Evans rushes to his cousin’s side despite knowing he will come face-to-face with the people who hate him most — his family. Weak from his injuries, Jim begs Cabel to learn who killed the woman he loved and to protect the family businesses from their fathers’ schemes. Cabel soon discovers that the woman isn’t who she pretended to be and her death might be related to a plan that could destroy the company. At Jim’s urging, Cabel digs deeper and stumbles upon a connection between the girl, Al Capone and the theft of several crates of imported cognac. Holding Jim’s life as collateral, Capone forces Cabel to find the cognac and identify those who betrayed him.
To protect his cousin, Cabel must untangle the knot of family lies and navigate the twisted tunnels beneath the Cullerton Hotel before Capone’s deadline. As he searches for the truth, a murderer waits in the shadows. Who will survive the web of cold betrayals?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Farwell is the author of the Cabel Evans mystery series and several short stories. She is also a freelance writer, specializing in creating blogs, website content and marketing pieces for business, legal and healthcare clients. Farwell is currently based in Roswell, Georgia.