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Hell Bay- Kate Rhodes (Simon & Schuster 2018) – A Murder They Wrote Review

I’ve not read any Kate Rhodes before but do know that she is both a celebrated poet and that her five crime novels featuring psychologist Alice Quentin are highly thought of and I get good feedback about her from readers returning library books. 404 more words

A Murder of Magpies -- A Highly Entertaining Mystery Set in London's Publishing World

I loved Janet Flanders’ A Murder of Magpies, a clever mystery set up London’s publishing world. Samantha (“Sam”) Clair is a marvelous protagonist. Sam is an established, somewhat jaded middle-aged editor with few illusions about her authors. 180 more words

From Self-Publishing to Big Time Success; Interview With Author James Oswald.

From writing one of the best selling crime fiction series, to writing a fantasy series about dragons and magic, Scottish author and livestock farmer James Oswald has created two completely different novel series’ that offer bold and rich takes on their respective genres. 5,533 more words

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*Class Murder Blog Tour* 

Leigh Russell’s tenth Geraldine Steel book, ‘Class Murder’, is released tomorrow and to celebrate, Leigh is visiting ten blogs in ten days. The tour is ending on the  293 more words

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“Where I Found Unique Inspiration for My Book Cover” Guest Post by Anita Dickason Author of "Sentinels of the Night"

I’m welcoming former Dallas police officer, turned author, Anita Dickason to my website today. Anita is the author of three books – one non-fiction and two fiction – and the creator of the popular FBI Trackers crime book series. 455 more words

My Writing Influences by Anita Dickason Author of Sentinels of the Night

I’m back after a mini vacation with an author guest post from Anita Dickason. Anita is a former Dallas police officer and now author who writes the Code Name – Trackers FBI crime series. 490 more words

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THE MOUSTACHES HAVE LANDED

It has probably not escaped your notice (unless you are living in Antarctica with penguins) that there is a new film out of Agatha Christie’s  915 more words

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