Reviewed in the United Kingdom Fast-paced, well-written page-turner that had me so engrossed my train journey flew by. The author clearly has done a lot of research, these short stories all felt very authentic and each had me gripped and on the edge of my seat wondering how they would play out. It’s been a long time since I read anything quite so intriguing and twisty. It certainly got my heart beating faster and I’d highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a great murder mystery.
Benny 'the fence' handed over the money for the diamonds, no questions asked. He didn't know her name, didn't want to. The sulky blonde had been using him for years and so far things had worked just fine...
He cleaned the bathroom quickly and expertly.
The plastic sheet and forensic suit returned to his bulging briefcase he changed back into his clothes, and with a last glance around the hotel room - checking he had left no trace of his presence - he silently let himself out of the room and made his way down the back stairs to the deserted alley where his driver waited for him...
September 25th you can catch me on SHOWBOAT TV reading my 100 word piece of Flash Fiction live for their EQUINOX FESTIVAL of the Spoken Word with Music, Poetry and Flash Fiction.
My Flash Fiction story is called PAYBACK.
I am really thrilled to welcome fellow Accent Press author Gilli Allan to my blog. She has a new book published 17th June 2019 BURIED TREASURE and I am so happy to be able to introduce you to Gilli and her writing. We share a love of archaeology for starters. Gilli Allan began to write in childhood – a hobby […]
Roger A Price has been my Guest Author before but things have moved on since then and so I thought it would be interesting to catch up with him and his latest book Hidden Welcome to the first day of his blog tour with this fab book. I am dead chuffed he agreed to be on my blog first… Let’s […]
I am delighted to welcome the lovely Jane Risdon to my blog, with her ‘Opening Lines’ from Only One Woman. Written in tandem with Christina Jones, Jane is sharing the first 500 words from her part of the story, Renza’s Diary. Over to you Jane… It is 1968 and Renza is about to go to Germany with her family, joining her father who is working there with the MoD. She’s facing 3 years overseas and isn’t happy. Scott and his band, Narnia’s Children, move next door to her. They are over from the Channel Islands to tour and record their first single. It is love at first sight but it is short-lived. Vowing undying love and secretly becoming engaged, Renza leaves for Germany within weeks, Scott believes the band will be in Germany soon and they can meet up. Renza promises to come back to England as often as she can. Narnia’s Children tour up and down the country and one night they take the stage at St. Barnaby’s Hall where he sets eyes on Stella who has only days to live, she is convinced. Set in the UK music scene of the late 1960’s Only One Woman is sheer nostalgia: the music, fashions, the changing society of the Swinging Sixties, the Cold War, and so much more – a love triangle set in Europe, the Mediterranean, Jersey and England in the grooviest decade of the 20th century by Christina Jones […]
I’m chuffed to bits to be hosting the ‘dynamic duo’ of crime writing, Bob and Carol Bridgestock, better known as R C Bridgestock to my blog as part of their tour in support of their latest fab publication POETIC JUSTICE If you loved Scott and Bailey and Happy Valley TV series then you will be fascinated to know the couple […]
It’s my 7th Blog Anniversary and I’d like to thank each and every one of you for visiting here and sharing my experiences over the last 7 years. Thanks especially to those who have been here from day one and thank you to all those who have joined me recently. It is great knowing you all, engaging with you, your […]
This week I am the guest author on The Blonde Plotters blog answering questions about my writing and inspiration for Only One Woman and Undercover: Crime Shorts. Do drop in and take a look round. https://theblondeplotters.com/2019/01/24/the-blonde-plotters-meet-jane-risdon Only One Woman -For eBooks only – 99p until the end of January 2019. 50* reviews from guys and gals – most countries incl: USA/Australia Paperback and eBook on most digital platforms Paperback Waterstones and good indie stores. For Paperback, Kindle, and your Phone…Only One Woman fits anywhere anytime https://www.facebook.com/RenzandStella https://amzn.to/2VX7yWw https://amzn.to/2HemX1f ISBN: 9781783757312 Undercover: Crime Shorts eBook on most digital platforms Links on books2read.com/u/4jD0wo Paperback coming soon.