“Killing Hope” – Amazon International #1 Bestseller!

Suspense Thriller “KILLING HOPE” reaches #18 in the US Amazon Bestsellers List and #37 in the UK Top 100.

After some mad promoting, my crime/mystery/suspense thriller ‘Killing Hope’ broke into the Amazon Top 100 on both sides of the Atlantic simultaneously.

“Killing Hope” hits the International #1 spot in Amazon’s Police Procedurals – both in the US and UK on the same day.

A huge “thank you” goes out to every one of my Friends, Fans and Followers who not only helped promote the novel via various channels, but to those whose purchases catapulted it to a height beyond my wildest imaginings. Thank You!!!!

At the time of posting, ‘Killing Hope’ is exclusive to Amazon and has been downloaded to over 117,000 Kindles!

It is available for the Kindle and the Kindle App for the PC, iPad, Android and Blackberry.

To download your copy, search for Killing Hope  or visit the book’s Amazon webpages here …

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Over 117,000 Kindle Downloads Worldwide

“Crossing Lines” the ‘Gabe Quinn Thrillers #2’ is OUT NOW on Amazon!

12 thoughts on ““Killing Hope” – Amazon International #1 Bestseller!

    1. Hi Glenn
      You were one of the very first people to have faith and buy ‘Killing Hope’ when it first hit the Kindles late last year. Since then it has become a runaway success, not least because of your wonderful reviews! Thank you!
      Hope all is sunny down there in Northampton.
      Keith 😉

  1. Congratulations Keith! I read about you in the local Reporter yesterday, and feel quite proud that I knew you at school and you seemed to have accomplished your dream.
    Well done! I have not yet read any of your books, but they sound just down my street and I will be purchasing them shortly. I look forward to the read.
    Paul Higginbottom

    1. Hi Paul!
      Very long time, no hear! Hope you and yours are doing well, are happy and healthy 🙂
      I haven’t even seen a copy of the Reporter yet; so you’ve trumped me on that one! Let me be the first to say I AM NOT photogenic by any stretch of the imagination!
      Paul, it’s great to hear from you. My crime thriller is available on the Kindle, so I hope you manage to pick up ‘Hope’ and enjoy it! Please let me know what you think.
      Take care my friend,
      Keith 😉

    1. Mary,
      That is so funny and yet strangely disturbing at the same time …
      Great to hear you like my book!
      I’d really appreciate a Review on Amazon once you’ve finished, if that’s okay?
      Best regards,
      Keith 🙂

    1. Hi Robeta
      Glad to hear you liked my book! Maybe you could post up a review on Amazon saying so? 😉 It would be greatly appreciated!
      I do have back stories for Gabe, but none as yet in ‘print’. Gabe’s had a busy and dangerous career working the streets of LA – so there are lots of stories waiting to be told.
      Presently, I’m in the process of writing the next ‘Gabe Quinn Thriller’ – which follows on from the events of ‘Killing Hope’ – so keep checking back here for more info, or sign up at the top-right of this page to receive updates by email.
      Best wishes,
      Keith 🙂

  2. I don’t have a kindle. But I downloaded the Kindle app to my cell phone and it works very well. For now, I only have two books I’ve downloaded to read. “Killing Hope” and “After the Cancer, What Now???”. It just seemed fitting to me. Congratulations Keith Houghton, on writing a Great Book !!!
    Now, have some coffee, some chocolate and Write More Books ! Need more Books !

    1. Don’t you find, Kristy, that the cycle of life revolves on so many levels? It’s only as we reach our parents’ age that we see the world through their eyes and suddenly everything just clicks. If only we knew back then what we know now … 😉

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