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Sensational!

I’ve always been interested in Victorian times and admired Dickens. But ever since I researched and wrote Murder in Montague Place, which features Inspector Bucket from Bleak House – who in turn was based on Inspector Charlie Field, a member of the then newly … Continue reading

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Custard Creams

One of the all-time greats in the world of biscuits, and one of my personal favourites. I was watching a programme on TV recently which revealed a very interesting fact about the Custard Cream. I was vaguely aware that there … Continue reading

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Publishing Sensation!

Murder in Montague Place released as a Kindle book at the almost give-away price of £4.28! Just to remind you, it’s an atmospheric Victorian crime novel featuring Inspector Bucket from Bleak House. You know what the cover looks like because … Continue reading

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Dickens’ Character Names

I’ve mentioned my Victorian detective novel Murder in Montague Place previously, which should be out in December and because the detective in it is Inspector Bucket from Bleak House, when I was writing it I was determined to try to … Continue reading

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Exciting!

I’ve received the proofs of my detective novel which is due out in, I think, December! I’m not keen on the cover they’ve chosen for it, but It will be great to finally see it in print!

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