Stina Hemming’s Death Fund Receives a Recommended Kirkus Review

Stina Hemming is thrilled to announce that Stina’s first self-published book, Death Fund, has received a positive recommendation from Kirkus Reviews.

Kirkus Reviews is an American book review magazine founded in 1933 by Virginia Kirkus. The magazine, headquartered in New York City, is a trusted source for honest and accessible reviews:

Kirkus Reviews is a magazine, though few readers of its work have ever seen a copy. Like the Michelin guides, it’s known for verdicts spread across the publishing world, bringing good books to (the industry’s) attention and helping to sweep aside huge piles of dross. A Kirkus review is short—fewer than four hundred words—and written to a form. There’s a one-line précis to start. There’s a paragraph of plot and character summary, culminating in formal assessment. (New Yorker)

Kirkus Reviews is a publisher that has become synonymous with the gold standard of book reviews. But, in spite of its name, it doesn’t just do book reviews! Why is it so revered? Well, it is a big player. Massive. In fact, it is the global industry leader of book reviews. A glowing Kirkus review can do wonders for your book – if you are graced with a good one, which, …, can be hard to come by. (Aspiring Author)

Stina is working on the launch of her second book, Stashed Cash, which will be released later this year.

For more information on Stina’s books, please see or contact Stina at

Death Fund is available on Amazon.

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