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In a Dark Dark Wood

Ruth Ware’s debut novel is a climactic mix of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None and Paula Hawkins’ Girl on the Train. The main character (and narrator) of this novel, Leonora, runs headlong into the story from the first page. 279 more words

New Digs For Liam Mulligan, Hero of My Crime Novels

The first four books in my Edgar Award-winning series of crime novels had Liam Mulligan working as an investigative reporter for a dying Providence, R.I. newspaper. 171 more words

Free Short Story Book

First of all, I apologise for being quiet lately both on the blog and on social media. The reason is because I’ve been working hard towards meeting my publishing deadline for my next book, which will be the first book in a new trilogy. 348 more words

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Who's Reading "The Dread Line" Now? Critically Acclaimed Crime Novelist Bill Loehfelm !!

Bill is the author of six fine crime novels including his critically-acclaimed Maureen Coughlin series set in his adopted city of New Orleans. His latest Coughlin yarn is… 129 more words

Novel writing using OneNote - get organised

I’m pressing ahead with the final revision to my third DCI Matt Proctor novel that I hope to publish early next year (2017). I’ve written this novel experimenting using OneNote and I’ve found it to be a most useful tool. 478 more words

Posts On Books And Writing

But what if nobody buys my book?

Boxes of books arrived the other day – four boxes of The Shame of Innocence.  I stacked them on the sea chest in the dining room and gave the cat strict instructions not to go anywhere near them. 311 more words

The Shame Of Innocence