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Angel and the Actress by Roger Silverwood Award-winning actress, Joan Minter, is murdered in front of a gathering of her closest friends. However, nobody knows who the murderer is, nobody saw him or her, and nobody present could possibly be the guilty one. That’s the challenge facing Detective Inspector Angel and his team when they […]

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Ebook Spring Sale Titles

Spring has arrived and with it some great new books for your e-reader, currently on sale for under a pound! Head to the country with two of our most beloved authors. Three titles from the great E.V. Thomspon are available: God’s Highlander, Blue Dress Girl and The Bonds of Earth. Alternatively, head further north to […]

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Simon Clark’s Hotel Midnight Adapted Into Play

To celebrate the spooky happenings of this Halloween, Simon Clark’s Hotel Midnight has been adapted for the theatre as part of the Manchester Horror Fringe festival. Three stories by Simon Clark (“Simply the best writer of horror fiction at work in Britain today” – SFX) brought to the stage by Lass Productions and Scytheplays (V […]

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Author Nicola Slade on moving into ebooks

Nicola Slade had her first short stories published in her early twenties and wrote for children and for women’s magazines for a number of years. As well as writing, Nicola has been a Brown Owl and an antiques dealer. She currently lives in Hampshire with her husband; her three grown-up children live nearby. For more […]

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Kindle’s ‘100 Books for £2.99 or Less’ Features Three Robert Hale Titles this February

Two of E. V. Thompson’s titles, A Blue Dress Girl and The Bonds of Earth will be on this month’s ‘100 Books for £2.99 or Less’ promotion at Amazon along with The Ledbury Lamplighters by Kerry Tombs. Happy reading! The Ledbury Lamplighters Synopsis On Christmas Eve, 1888, a mysterious stranger arrives in the small Herefordshire […]

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David Hodges on the Importance of Location in Crime Writing

For me, the ever changing moods of the Somerset Levels have provided the ideal inspiration and my last three crime novels have been ‘penned’ in the six years I have lived with my wife, Elizabeth, on the edge of this beautiful, haunting semi-wilderness in the south-west of England. The glorious sunsets, which touch the lattice-work […]

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RoNA Awards 2012: The Results

Earlier this week, the Gladstone Library played host to a group of romantic ladies (and a few men) who had joined together to celebrate romantic fiction at its finest. There was bubbly and frocks in every direction and a fantastic atmosphere as every person in the room was clearly a massive lover of romantic books. From […]

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