In these dark January days, I’m delighted to say that the first in my new series, Mystery on Hidden Lane, will take you to a picturesque Suffolk village in June, for some armchair sleuthing! The book features obituary writer Eve Mallow and her beloved dachshund Gus. You can download it here for just 99p/c, or … More Craving something cosy? Mystery on Hidden Lane is out today! @bookouture
I’m delighted to say that the second book in my new series, Mystery at Apple Tree Cottage is now available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle. If you’d prefer a paperback, you’ll be able to buy that from the same page shortly before publication day, 12th March 2020. Here’s the cover: And here’s the reader description: … More Obituary writer and amateur sleuth Eve Mallow has another mystery to solve! @bookouture
Massive thanks to Shell, Mandie, Jen and Laura for these publication day reviews! (Readers – each blog name links to the full write-up, and a gateway to many more book recommendations!) “A well and truly addictive read” “Perfect for Agatha Christie Fans” Baker’s Not So Secret Blog “A great cosy crime book” Jen Med’s Book … More Murder in the Fens blog tour – day one @bookouture
I’m delighted to say the fourth book in the Tara Thorpe series is out today in Kindle and paperback formats! Here’s the blurb: When the body of twenty-year-old Julie Cooper is found – her pockets stuffed full of wilting flowers – in an iron-age hill fort on the edge of the fens, Detective Tara Thorpe and her … More Murder in the Fens (Tara Thorpe 4) is out today! @Bookouture
In celebration of my upcoming Cambridge crime series with Bookouture, I’m offering giveaways during both April and May. One winner per month, chosen at random, will receive a signed paperback of one of my previous murder mysteries, A Stranger’s House, together with some lovely Cambridge Imprint stationery*, straight from the city’s famous bookshop, Heffers. All subscribers to my … More Bookish news: Free downloads and a double Cambridge giveaway…
I’ve been very quiet on the blogging front recently. At first it was because I was working on a new series, and I hadn’t sorted it out enough to report back. Then it was because I’d realised it might fit best with a new publisher. And finally it was because I’d found the most fantastic … More A three-book deal with @bookouture!