Monday, 14 April 2014

Get free copy now before book is released on April 30

Order any paperback by RJ Parker starting now and receive an advance reading copy of Parents Who Killed Their Children in ePub, Mobi or PDF.  Simply PM me the book receipt number you ordered and which format you'd like. Starting now. All paperbacks on link below.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Enter to WIN $100 Bookstore Gift Card - twice!!

Drawing on May 1 and June 1 2014. How to enter: Simply pre-order Parents Who Killed Their Children and/or Serial Killers Abridged in eBook or Paperback editions. 

Parents Who Killed Their Children is available now for pre-ordering at the following locations. It is released on April 30. Pre-order now and you don't pay until April 30 and automatically enters to win $100 Amazon, Barnes and Noble or Kobo Gift Card, the choice is yours.

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Serial Killers Abridged is available now for pre-ordering on at Amazon at the moment. It is released on May 31. Pre-order now and you don't pay until May 31 and automatically enters to win $100 Amazon Gift Card.

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Sunday, 6 April 2014

Who is John Harding? Bestselling HARD CASE series on Amazon

"Jack Reacher fans, say hello to John Harding, in a new series you won't put down: He grew up mean, running away from his alcoholic father at the age of 14. With a little help in the form of a new identity, the runaway becomes John Harding. While in special ops overseas, he's recruited by CIA agent Denny Strobert, who sees something besides a knack for languages and combat skills: he knows he's found a killer."
- Kindle Nation Daily
The John Harding series in eBook, Paperback and Audiobook editions.


"How I got to doing what I do is a long story. I spent time in uniform, and six years in special ops. In younger years growing up my old man and me had to travel a lot. He whipped me good and often. Only thing was... I got to liking it... not so much the beating as the pain. When I hit fourteen we lived in an old shack of a place near the Mahoning River in Leavittsburg, Ohio. My Pa came home drunk deciding it was time for another beat down. It was. I broke his jaw and then his arm. While he lay screaming in pain I kicked him right in the nuts as hard as I could. Pa quieted down then.

I took what money he had, some clothes, and his car. Heading South, I found a place down in Texas called Plano where I hired on at a fast food joint. I stayed in the back of an old man's junkyard. Pete, the junkyard owner took a liking to me. He helped me get a driver's license and birth certificate. That's when I became John Harding and a very young eighteen year old. Pete told me the service would be a good place to get my GED and some money saved. The Marines needed a few good men. They took me anyway. Nothing much was happening back in 1997; but I went Recon and saw some neat foreign places: Kenya, Kosovo, and the Philippines. It turned out I had a penchant for learning languages and the Marines began training me in a few helpful ones... helpful for them. Nine eleven hit about the time my four years were up. At nineteen I was in Afghanistan. Being a vet by the time they started doing special ops in Iraq I thought it best to hone the only damn skills I'd managed to attain.

Now I'm out, sort of, and free lancing with odd jobs. I tried getting into the extreme cage stuff but the referee was slow stopping my first fight and I killed a guy. It was bad publicity for the sport so they told me I needed a cooling off period. Tommy saw the fight. He recruited me. Tommy Sands grew up in East LA. He's the guy Barrack Obama said his grandma used to hide from on the street. Tommy and me hit it off right away. He's smooth with the side bets. We have an understanding. He knows the pain don't bother me much. I know he don't mind watching me take some. The impromptu money fights are more my style anyway. It allows me the leeway for my other enterprises."
- John Harding