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Milverton hits a milestone with 200 ratings on Amazon

I got excited when I noticed Murder on Milverton Square had 199 ratings on Amazon – so close to that two hundy! Screenshot from

Murder on Milverton Square by G B Ralph. Amazon listing with 199 ratings.

And then I take my eye off the prize for a minute and – BAM! – 205 ratings.

Murder on Milverton Square by G B Ralph. Amazon customer reviews with 205 global ratings.

As much as I would’ve liked to grab a screenshot at the nice, round 200 mark, I vastly prefer getting as many ratings and reviews on my books as possible!

Check it out for yourself:
Amazon US | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU (NZ)
(Note: rating numbers vary slightly across stores.)

Leaving ratings and reviews helps authors get their books in front of more readers, and helps readers find some great books! So, if you’ve read and enjoyed any of my books, please throw some stars in their direction, I would really appreciate it.

If you want to know how to leave a review (or more about why its so important) check out these FAQs I’ve answered about it.

Let’s aim to hit 250 or 300 (or more!), and hopefully I’m paying close enough attention to capture the moment we hit the milestone amounts!

Or, if you’re wondering why so many people have read and rated Murder on Milverton Square, check it out here:

Murder on Milverton Square by G B Ralph. Book cover image and blurb.

Addison Harper is abruptly summoned to Milverton at the behest of an abrasive lawyer. He plans to be in and out, back to the city lickety-split. Instead, he finds himself charmed by the small town with its delightful and eccentric residents, not to mention the rather easy-on-the-eye Sergeant Jake Murphy.

Despite the rocky start, Addison admits he’s had a pleasant day out. That is, until returning to find the prickly old lawyer on the floor, and very much dead. Worse, it looks like murder, and Addison’s fingerprints are all over the crime scene.
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