The day after he is released from prison, in March 1895, Henry White is found stabbed to death at his home in Copper Street, Leeds. Local people are reluctant to speak to the police so DI Tom Harper knows that he will have a hard time trying to solve the case. 309 more words
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When the sad time comes for Chris Nickson to shuffle off this mortal coil you will probably find the word ‘Leeds’ engraved on his heart. His knowledge of the city encompasses every nook and cranny, every church, chapel and graveyard, every legend, every tall tale, every dark hour and every moment of joy. 669 more words
Congratulations to the winner of a copy of Skin Like Silver by Chris Nickson.
Winner is: Jackie Richardson!
Please forward/email me your address so I can pass it on to the author. 16 more words
Win a copy of Skin Like Silver by Chris Nickson.
This novel is set in Victorian Leeds and is a historical crime novel. For review see blog. 174 more words
Chris Nickson is in my opinion a man of many talents. Every book he has written I have thoroughly enjoyed. From Tom Harper in Victorian Leeds to WPC Lottie Armstrong which depicts the first female police officers in the UK & Dan Markham of the Dark Briggate blues, which has a whole Jazz/noir feel to it! 1,016 more words
On Copper Street by Chris Nickson
Detective Inspector Tom Harper finds answers hard to come by in his latest, most challenging, investigation to date. 581 more words