Father’s Day – don’t forget In A Word: Murder

In A Word: Murder. Published 3rd November 2013.  Crime Anthology

In A Word: Murder. Published 3rd November 2013. Crime Anthology

I’ve dropped in today just to remind you about a super Father’s Day gift:


a Crime Anthology featuring some really FAB stories by writers from all over the world

which is available via Kindle and Paperback from amazon.com and amazon.co.uk

Not only will your Father be over the moon with some really great reading matter but he will be content in the knowledge that the gift you gave gift has gone towards helping someone at the end of their life being cared for in The Princess Alice Hospice in Surrey.


The USA Paperback version is available via


The USA Kindle version is available via


 The UK Paperback version is available via


The UK Kindle is available via


I call this the gift which keeps on giving.

 Do please consider giving this book to someone you love – and help someone else’s loved-one too.

Many thanks

Jane x

Oh and I am being interviewed today over on Fiona McVie’s blog:


Do pop in and say hello, leave a comment there, and let me know what you think – comment here.



  1. Reblogged this on MorgEn Bailey's Writing Blog and commented:
    It’s been too long since I reblogged from (or indeed visited) Jane Risdon’s blog and this post, about Father’s Day, was posted on what would have been my father’s 85th birthday… and it’s a crime anthology, my favourite genre. I’m off now to buy it so I can review it on my blog later in the summer. 🙂


  2. Thanks, Jane, for your hard work on this book, and for helping to promote it. Off to check out your interview. 🙂


    • Thanks so much Margot. Every little helps I hope. These events are good opportunities for some PR and sales for the book. Fingers crossed the Hospice benefits today and tomorrow. 🙂


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