Publication Day : Closing In by Sue Fortin


I’m delighted that my second novel CLOSING IN is published in digital format today by HarperImpulse, with paperback  to be released 31 July 2014.

I wondered if it would feel any less exciting than the first book I had published. I have to say that it’s just as exciting, if not more. I’ve been overwhelmed by the interest and Shaz Goodwin of Fiction Addiction Book Tours has organised a fantastic book tour. My idea of a small tour, kind of, took on a life of its own as more book reviewers expressed an interest – I’m very honoured.

I have the day off from work, so will be celebrating by hanging out on social media for the most part, consuming plenty of tea and cake!


Flight, Fight, Fawn or Freeze?

Helen has had to leave everything she’s ever known behind; her home, her family, even her own name.

Now, returning to the UK as Ellen Newman, she moves to a small coastal village, working as a nanny for Donovan, a criminal psychologist. Attractive, caring and protective, this single father and his sweet daughter are a world away from Ellen’s brutal past. She thinks she’s escaped. She thinks she’s safe.

But something’s wrong.

Strange incidents begin to plague her new family, and their house of calm is about to become one of suspicion and fear. Who can be trusted? Who is the target? Who is closing in?


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Thank you, as always, for all your fabulous support.

Sue 1



15 thoughts on “Publication Day : Closing In by Sue Fortin

    • Hi Susan

      It’s set in Felpham, although I borrowed a few landmarks from neighbouring Middleton-on-Sea. Both are on the South Coast near Bognor Regis.

      I hope you enjoy it.

  1. Huge Congrats, Sue. I’m absolutely bursting to read Closing In. I wish you the very best of luck with it (and shedloads of sales!) Well done! 🙂 Xxx

  2. How fabulous Sue – and many congratulations. I know the amount of work which has to go into producing another book. Look forward to reading it. All the best from the New Romantics 4.

    • Thanks so much Lizzie. It’s exhausting and frustrating at times but satisfying and wonderful all at the same time – but then, you knew that anyway. 🙂

  3. I received it on my Kindle today and read it in two sittings. It is an absolutely fabulous book, Sue – gripping and fast-paced, with wonderful descriptions of the area, a commanding hero and a strong heroine. You’ve done it again 🙂 Many, many congratulations on your second book, my talented friend 🙂 xxx

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