Thursday, November 15, 2012

Featured Indie Book: Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators (John Priest)


Jae Pea Eyes - John Priest - Click to Read an Excerpt
Featured Indie Book on Indie Author News: Children's (age 8 and older) Detective Mystery Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators by John Priest.

Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators is a mystery/ detective/whodunit where children can imagine being the JPI's (Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators) They get the chance to follow the characters into all sorts of scary, screaming, eye-bulging , jaw-dropping, knees-shaking, hands-a-waving scrapes and frightening places.

The Book has been self-published via FeedARead.com (Paperback) and Amazon and is available as Paperback and Kindle Edition – 236 pages – released in June 2012.


About the Book

A strange 'whodunit' mystery for the Jay-Pea-Eyes (JPI's) to have as their first case!

Three children go missing and police have organised a massive search of the town of Dudleigh and surrounding areas. A phone call from a security officer at Russington Hospital immediately has several Detectives heading for the Accident & Emergency Department.

All three missing children have somehow been returned to the Hospital. No-one sees or hears anything - it's as though the children appeared out of the sky.
The Doctor is puzzled - the children are in excellent health but are refusing to talk to anyone, not even their own parents.

Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators (John Priest)
Click to Read an Excerpt



Local Detectives are baffled. Where have they been? What have they been doing? Why won't they talk? All questions the police want answered. And urgently.
When another young girl goes missing, her 10 year old brother Harry and his three friends, Stan and identical twins Polly and Lily, are determined to find her and solve the mystery once and for all.

Will they solve the mystery before the Police? Can they find out the 'Where's and the What's' and also the 'Why's and the How's?'

Reviews (Excerpts)

- “I purchased this book as a gift for my nephew and must say that it is a brilliant read for children who like detective stories - my nephew thoroughly enjoyed it.” - S. Carter (Amazon)

- “I have to say this is a really good book, I didn't realize, but I had read half of it in one sitting. I love books that 'sucker' you into what is going on and this one does. I would recommend this book to anyone of any age.” - K.E. Willetts (Amazon)

- “There's a lot to like about this - not at least the unconventional characters and the slapstick humor. [...] the chapters are short and punchy and the portrayal of the young protagonists is spot on.” - Hillwalker (Amazon)


About the Author

Featured on Indie Author News: John Priest
Author John Priest
Following a serious injury and being unable to walk for a good while, John Priest started writing articles and short stories for national magazines.

Based on his experience in the police force, he wrote a children's book called Naughty Nigel Runs Away which warned children of the dangers of straying too far away from their parents. This was published and used in schools (UK and worldwide) together with Tom's Birthday Treat & Answer The Phone Fiona!

Some of John's work has allowed him the opportunity to visit the fantastic Pinewood Studios in the UK for discussions with Directors and also discuss an idea for a new cartoon character with BBC Wales.



Links to the Author and the Book

Link to the Author's Website

Connect with the author via Twitter: @JohnAPriest

Link to the Paperback Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators on Amazon

Link to the Kindle eBook Jay-Pea-Eyes on Amazon (UK) with Excerpt

Link to the Kindle eBook Jay-Pea-Eyes on Amazon (US) with Excerpt

Jae Pea Eyes - John Priest - Click to Read an Excerpt