Hello Listeners! Sorry about the long silence since my last posting. I've been busy though, and the proof of my busy-ness is Disturbing the Devil - a brand new stand-alone U&F story set in the newly opened London Underground of 1863. It features a new member of the Flinch family, Ben, and a new adversary for Underwood (but I'll say no more of that as it'd be a spolier). And while the story takes place long after the events of Blood and Smoke and long before the events of Underwood and Flinch, it does play a significant part in the overall world of Underwood and Flinch.
Note that it's not a free podcast. It's a pay download. Right now, the only site it's available from is Payhip.com. The reason I've gone with them is because they allow me to set my own price (£2.50 Sterling / $4.11 U.S.D.). Audible - from which I hope to make it available soon - will charge between $7 and $10, so if you're an Audible user and you don't mind spending a bit more, that might be the best way for you to go.
Early reports suggest that you can't download from Payhip straight to your iPhone (that I know of). Payhip requires you to pay using Paypal. They then send you a link and you download from that. If it won't go straight to your phone, download it to your computer and drag and drop it to your mobile device using whatever software goes with that device. I don't have a smartphone, so for me it's just download to computer, drop into iTunes and thence onto iPod (I know, I'm soooo old-tech). Samsung users say it does download straight to their phones.
If you don't have Paypal, my first advice would be to get it; it's damn useful for all sorts of things. But if you don't want it, then bear with me, as I will get it onto Audible soon (if they'll have it, they can be pernickity blighters) and other sites soon that will hopefully take credit cards or whatever.
Here's the artwork, done as ever by the fabulous M.J. Hahn and taken from an authentic illustration from a London newspaper of the 1870s (I know, because I had to buy it to have the right to use it as artwork). Click this link to go straight to the Payhip site and download, Underwood and Flinch: Disturbing the Devil.