From Rhys Bowen's newsletter:
"It is a prequel to all my Molly books and gives readers a glimpse of her at home in Ireland before she came to America. It's called The Amersham Rubies. So if you have a Kindle please download it. If you know someone who hasn't tried the Molly books yet, suggest that they have a free introduction to Molly. And if you like what you read, please post a review on Amazon."
You can download it here (for free) on amazon.com (I don't think it's available in the UK.)
The Molly Murphy series is now up to ten. You can read reviews of many of Rhys's books over on the Euro Crime website. I always recommend her Evan Evans series to fans of M C Beaton's Hamish MacBeth series and I bought a second copy of the first book Evans Above to add to my library's collection, where it's doing brisk business. Fortunately it looks like Allison & Busby are reprinting the series in 2012 and I'll be able to catch up with some of the later titles.
Brian McGilloway's The Stolen Child can be downloaded for free from amazon.co.uk or as an epub from Kobo. I don't know if it available outside the UK.
"An exclusive free edition of Brian McGilloway's acclaimed short crime-story, featuring Garda Inspector Benedict Devlin.
Includes the opening chapters of McGilloway's dazzling new novel, Little Girl Lost ('Truly chilling' Ann Cleeves)."
There are currently four books in the Ben Devlin series and these together with Little Girl Lost are reviewed here.