• Caroline Criado Perez: Invisible Women
    Reviews

    Danger: Men at Work

    If you’re a woman, there’s a risk that reading this blog post, or the original article that inspired it, by Caroline Criado Perez in The Guardian, will make your blood pressure rise dangerously. You…

    February 25, 2019
  • Reviews

    Viola vs. Michaelangelo

    Off we went yesterday to the revamped Royal Academy, looking very splendid with its new loos under the freshly carved out arches under the main stairs. Fabulous to have enough loos to go round…

    February 19, 2019
  • Two Pigeons, Royal Opera House
    Reviews

    Bill and Coo at Two Pigeons

    If you’re looking for something lovely and romantic to do for Valentine’s Day, then Frederick Ashton’s Two Pigeons at the Royal Opera House is for you. It’s a gorgeous, short ballet and, unlike some…

    February 11, 2019
  • Blog

    Death in Dulwich – Music to your Ears

    I’m thrilled to say that the first audiobook of the London Murder Mystery series, Death in Dulwich, is now available on Audible!  A tale of murder, mayhem and yummy mummies, it is ideal listening,…

    January 30, 2019
  • Polished Salon, Rosendale Road
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    Nailing Christmas

    Another day, another lovely treat… oh, it’s a hard life being a blogger and author! How could I possibly refuse when Nadia of Dulwich salon duo Polished offered me a delicious Christmas manicure and…

    December 19, 2018
  • Hasbro Monopoly
    Blog

    Board with Brexit?

    Turn bored with Brexit to board with Brexit with these fabulously fun games you’ll be playing with all the family this Christmas: Brexopoly Take the battered leopardskin kitten-heeled shoe on a whistlestop tour of…

    December 15, 2018
  • Writing

    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
  • Writing

    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
  • Agricola's Bane, Nancy Jardine
    Reviews Writing

    Meet the Author – Nancy Jardine

    It’s a great pleasure to introduce author Nancy Jardine to you today. She writes contemporary mysteries, historical fiction and time-travel historical adventure. Her current historical focus is an intriguing area of pre-history, Roman Scotland.…

    November 15, 2018