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Review - Gods of Gold by Chris Nickson

Review – Gods of Gold
by Chris Nickson
Severn House
Reviewed by Iain Dalton

Gods of Gold is a mystery fiction taking its title from the words of Leeds socialist, Tom Maguire’s ‘A New Nursery Rhyme’. 506 more words

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#LeedsReadsRecommends @ChrisNickson2- 'Dark Briggate Blues'

Dark Briggate Blues by Nickson, Chris

Here’s a treat – a new detective story from local author Chris Nickson is in stock this week!

It’s also a Readers’ Group book so that’s an interesting discussion we can have. 104 more words

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EVENT - Chris Nickson Book Launch

Chris Nickson is launching his latest book!

Date: 6th of February

Time: 6.30 pm

Venue: Waterstones Leeds – 0113 244 4588

There will be free wine apparently – just let Waterstones know that you are coming!!

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Listening along to Dark Briggate Blues

LBC’s pet author Chris Nickson has just released Dark Briggate Blues – the first in the Dan Markham series (at least I hope that it’s the first; I’m only on chapter 10 and I’m hooked!). 265 more words

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An Author on Television

Last month the brand new Made in Leeds television decided to seek a cure for insomnia. They might possibly have discovered one, too, by airing a 10-minute interview with me as I talk about books and Leeds while balancing precariously on the railing of the balcony at the lovely Howard Assembly Rooms.

Chris Nickson Exclusive Short Story - Christmas 1890

Once again, Chris Nickson has kindly provided us with a special Christmas treat – a short story featuring Annabelle Harper (nee Atkinson) – instantly recognisable to fans of his Inspector Tom Harper series! 2,051 more words

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A Newsletter?

I’m considering having a quarterly newsletter that I’d send out to everyone and anyone who wanted to subscribe. There’d be news of upcoming books (two coming in the first three months of 2015, for instance) and events, as well as reviews of those recently published, and possibly even a little short fiction (very short). 48 more words