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Campervan Fiction Bargains - this weekend!

Fancy some campervan fiction to accompany your travels over the Easter holidays?

Then why not check out my Campervan Bushman Mystery Series starring Aussie Scott Chevalier? 198 more words


😧 OMG! LAST FEW DAYS for 25 Mysteries!

As you may know, towards the end of last year, I joined a bunch of other authors to put together a 25-novel collection of cosy/cozy mysteries. 148 more words


Happy endings (no, not that sort. Although mentioned.)

“If you want a happy ending you have to decide where to stop your story – Orson Welles”

I am slightly addicted to twists whether I’m writing a whodunit, a microstory, or any of the other ways in which I kowtow before my muse. 610 more words

E J Lamprey

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

This classic whodunit is the reason for my love of murder mysteries. My grandmother loves reading Agatha Christie’s novels and her and I discuss them at length. 137 more words


The Murder Banjos

Comedy / A music festival / A barometer / 847w

In an alarming turn of events at the first annual Ole Time Fiddlers and Bluegrass Festival of Oregon, one member of the Idaho-based trio The Murder Banjos turned up dead in the gentlemen’s restroom, the victim of an apparent bludgeoning round the head. 1,001 more words

Creative Writing

One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus


We DARE you to not like this book – NetGalley

When I got an email from NetGalley saying that their latest ARC was LOVED by everyone who reads it and they challenged me not to enjoy it I started to dismiss it as marketing nonsense.

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Book Review

Agatha Christie was The Woman on the Orient Express

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