A new mystery ebook for Chase Williams

Into the Killer Sphere, the new cozy mystery ebook by Stefania Mattana, is now on Amazon

Online PR News – 10-October-2013 – London, 01/10/2013 – After the great success of Cutting Right to the Chase, Stefania Mattana has released the second ebook of the Chase Williams crime series - Into the Killer Sphere, available worldwide on Amazon Kindle Store. .

Into the Killer Sphere is a cozy mystery novella placed in Tursenia, the city where the former Scotland Yard detective Williams has been relocated as an import/export executive for a cashmere firm.
It's an unsolvable murder case for Inspector Angelo Alunni of Tursenia police: Piero Galli has died as a result of a chandelier falling on him and breaking his neck. It looks like an accident, but Alunni is not convinced. Angelo calls on the help of Chase Williams, even though he's not a cop anymore. Chase takes up the challenge despite his holiday plans and an injured ankle.

This time, Mattana proposes a novella instead of the short story solution of her first crime ebook.
"Cutting Right to the Chase is an antipasto for Chase's readers, a way to introduce them to Tursenia and its atmosphere. Into the Killer Sphere is a real murder case, with a true dead body, true suspects and a killer to be cought," says Mattana.

To lead Mr Williams through the case there is his best friend, Inspector Angelo Alunni, who called Chase to help him solve the mystery.
"He appears only on the first Cutting Right to the Chase short story. I kept him hidden as he is such a funny character. He's been the most challenging one to develop for me, as I didn't want to fall into the Italian stereotypes," stated author Stefania Mattana about Inspector Alunni.

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About the author: Stefania Mattana is a crime fiction author whose stories and essays have appeared in numerous publications, websites and anthologies. Her first self-published short story collection Cutting Right To The Chase, featuring the former Met Police Detective Chase Williams, was released in June 2013 to great acclaim. She also blogs for Huffington Post UK, her own blog Daily Pinner and other webzines.