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Murder Most Fascinating

Ever since I saw a programme about Jack the Ripper as a teenager I’ve been fascinated by historical murder cases – especially ones that read like fictional whodunits, with enough clues for the ordinary reader to feel they can still … Continue reading

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It’s Here!

The literary world is abuzz with the publication of A Matter of Honour, the story of England’s last fatal duel. It’s also abuzz over whether there actually is such a word as “abuzz”. That aside, the story of James Alexander … Continue reading

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It’s Here!

My new international blockbusting best seller about England’s last fatal duel! It’s been a long slog. I first got the idea for the book way back in around 2000 when I came across a snippet in a newspaper – a … Continue reading

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At last!

My forthcoming international best seller, a non-fiction book about England’s last duel has a title! It was initially to be simply called The Last Duel, which I much preferred, but I had already had a children’s version published with that … Continue reading

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