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    Finding Inspiration: Truro and Torquay

    July 17, 2019

    I was lucky enough to be able to take a couple of days off last week and jaunt down to two places that are fast becoming favourites, Devon and Cornwall. Each is associated with a writer I really love. Torquay in Devon is where Agatha Christie grew up, and Greenway was her holiday home near Brixham. Then Cornwall was the inspiration for many of Daphne du Maurier’s novels. They are very different writers – Agatha Christie is often criticised for…

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  • Finding Nina: Sue Barnard
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    Meet the Author – Sue Barnard

    It’s wonderful to have fellow author and editor Sue Barnard on my blog today. Sue is a very talented writer with five novels to her name. Here she is introducing her sixth book: Hello…

    May 28, 2019
  • The Body in Belair Park, number six in the London Murder Mysteries series
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    The Body in Belair Park

    Well, it’s been a bit of a whirlwind month, but one of the nicest parts happened yesterday morning, when I opened a package containing… book number 6 in my London Murder Mysteries series, The…

    May 23, 2019
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    Meet the Author – Isabella May

    I have a particularly delicious treat on the blog today as bestselling author Isabella May is here to introduce her new novel, The Ice Cream Parlour. Set in Capri and Bath, it’s a lip-smacking,…

    April 6, 2019
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    Book Signing – Rye Books

    I will be at marvellous independent bookshop Rye Books this evening from 7pm to read from my London Murder Mysteries series and to join award-winning local author Hester Vaizey for a Q&A session. Hester will be…

    March 14, 2019
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    Revenge on the Rye

    It might seem as though there could be precious few mysteries left in Dulwich for my single mum amateur sleuth, Beth Haldane, to solve – but luckily that’s not the case at all, as…

    December 13, 2018
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    Death in Dulwich – 100k Pages Read

    I’m really rather stunned to say that 100,000 pages of Death in Dulwich have been read so far. It’s  an odd statistic – if you say it quickly, it sounds quite amazing. If you…

    December 11, 2018