The Dan Calder bundle
Limited time offer

Exclusive offer to UK and NZ residents



Drawing from his entire police career, including stints as a detective and covert specialist, to craft thrilling crime novels.


Who is Ian Austin?

Ian Austin was born in England but now lives in Auckland, New Zealand. After an unremarkable school life, he drifted in and out of jobs before finding his salvation in the Hampshire Police, where he began a career as a constable and later a detective. He also spent time as a tactical firearms officer, covert surveillance operative and National Crime Squad trainer.


The Agency

Death by design. Your dream departure is The Agency’s bespoke service.

Frozen Summer

Zoe Summers finally has a chance to rest in peace - if Dan Calder can resolve her death at his feet, all those years before.

The Second Grave

If revenge is a dish best served cold, Dan Calder needs a much bigger fridge.

Bonded - Coming Nov 2021

10% OFF - Limited time offer
Dan Calder is back, on a brand new mission.

Available for pre-order now.

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The Dan Calder bundle
Limited time offer for $35

Celebrating the announcement of pre release orders for Ian's newest title Bonded, here is a limited offer for NZ and UK readers to buy all 3 preceding Dan Calder books.

This one time offer is available until the official release of Bonded in 2021.

"If you’ve ever thought about making a sea change, you’ll be fascinated by the story and ways of working of Ian Austin – ex-cop turned full-time novelist. His first self-published book ‘The Ideas Man’ has now been followed up by 'The Agency.'


If you love writers like John Grisham, watch this man!"

 Robyn Pearce, WebTalkRadio


"Excellent New Zealand crime fiction. His ability to communicate with his audience and allow them to see, hear, feel touch and taste what is happening on the page is as uncommon as it is satisfying."

Graham Beattie. Beattie's Book Blog 

"I could add it to the 'trophy shelf' along with the few other titles I think are utterly remarkable."

Karl Ogle.

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