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Tattoo Your Name on My Heart published

Tattoo Your Name on My HeartBoniface thought he was dealing with an internet hate campaign.

But when his client's wife disappears, Boniface goes looking and finds small-time crooks after money and glamor, an angry son wanting to get even with the parent who he believes abandoned him, and poverty-stricken musicians whose fame was only ever in their dreams.

And then Boniface uncovers the secret the wife has been keeping from her husband.

Tattoo Your Name on My Heart by Simon Cann, the third book in the Boniface series, is published today by Coombe Hill Publishing.  It is available in print and electronic formats.

Pollute the Poor published

Pollute the PoorThe first Boniface knows about the dead body in the next room is when he is arrested for murder.

He knows he has been set up—and that somebody is trying to destroy him—but Boniface doesn’t know who has set him up, or why. As he strips back the layers he is left with only one conclusion: he must neutralize the threat, permanently.

Pollute the Poor by Simon Cann, the second book in the Boniface series, is published today by Coombe Hill Publishing.  It is available in print and electronic formats.

How to Make a Noise: a few changes

How to Make a Noise: a comprehensive guide to synthesizer programming​How to Make a Noise: a comprehensive guide to synthesizer programming was written ten years ago and first made available as a free download in early 2005.

The download was accessed by inputting an email address—the download link would then be emailed to the reader. The free book was accompanied by a set of patches to illustrate the points covered in the book. The patches were available separately for a cost.

In 2007 the book was updated and expanded, and a print version was made available.

A few changes are being made today:

The Murder of Henry VIII published

The Murder of Henry VIII​As Boniface said when he took the job, how hard can it be to handle the press and publicity for the launch of a book about England’s most famous Tudor monarch?

But when the author is murdered, Boniface realizes the job demands more than he expected. And when the man he is talking with is shot, Boniface runs.

The Murder of Henry VIII by Simon Cann, the first book in the new Boniface series, is published today by Coombe Hill Publishing.  It is available in print and electronic formats in all main retailers.

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