Brother Lowdown and The Tiger’s Spring


In Brother Lowdown three people with dark pasts meet as a drifter called Brother Lowdown comes to town in search of someone from his past.

Simon Brith, a detective known for his intense reactions to females finds himself unlikely savior to Terra Donlevy, a cosmetics heiress who eschews anything feminine and harbors a violent abhorrence of most men. The oddly beautiful but twisted Brother Lowdown targets both Simon and Terra in his terrible need for justice.

Brother Lowdown is free this month:

“Brother Lowdown is a taut read. Move over, Thomas Harris, you’ve got company.” -Robert J. Ray, Author of the Matt Murdock series




“And their revenge is as the tiger’s spring,

Deadly, and quick, and crushing.”

                            Lord Byron, Don Juan

The Tiger’s Spring: After the events in Brother Lowdown the wary, wounded Terra shuns the trappings of wealth and chooses to live a simple life in the country with a security system and dogs to keep her safe.  A certain element becomes attracted and for protection Terra relies heavily on Simon Brith, the troubled homicide detective who has made a habit of rescuing her, but things are changing between them and she senses that Simon on his road to wellness is going to need more from her than she can comfortably give.

Simon does want more but Terra stalls at every turn, frustrating him almost as much as the latest case he and his partner Dan Cox have pulled. Someone is killing men and dumping their bodies in a windbreak. Dan worries when known misogynist Simon zeroes in on tall, exotic Ivory Pandeen, who shows up and claims to be an unwilling accomplice to the murders.  Ivory is exquisite with her black hair, dark eyes and long legs and if Terra Donlevy attracts one kind of man, Ivory attracts another. All of them want something they shouldn’t from these two women and a few are going to be surprised to find out just what they receive.

 The Tiger’s Spring is a free Kindle download the weekend of February 21st and 22nd.

~ by S.K. Epperson on February 8, 2013.

2 Responses to “Brother Lowdown and The Tiger’s Spring”

  1. Darn, I just missed this free offering of The Tiger’s Spring.

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