Tag Archives | Robert Hale Ltd

Crazy Man Cade by Amos Carr

Jill McDonald-Constable On Writing Westerns and Her Love of the Genre

Under the pseudonym of Amos Carr, Jill McDonald-Constable has written numerous westerns for the Robert Hale Ltd Black Horse Western series. A passionate writer for many years, she tells us why she loves the western genre and just how she ended up being given an Indian name herself. Where did your love of Westerns come from? […]

Continue Reading 4
Holy Franchise Batman

Gary Collinson on the New ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Trailer and the Evolution of Batman

Last week saw the arrival of the third and presumably final trailer for The Dark Knight Rises – the hugely anticipated final installment in British filmmaker’s Christopher Nolan’s acclaimed Batman movie trilogy. Arriving in cinemas on July 20th, The Dark Knight Rises promises to deliver ‘the epic conclusion’ to Nolan’s Batman saga, with Batman Begins […]

Continue Reading 1
Holy Franchise Batman

Holy Franchise Batman! Another Trailer!

This week saw the release of a gripping and intriguing new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises – which stars Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman. The trailer seems to suggest that, even though the poster claims ‘The Legend Ends’, this particular legend is showing no signs […]

Continue Reading 0
For the Love of Catherine by Carole Llewellyn

Carole Llewellyn Launches ‘For the Love of Catherine’ in Devon

Carole Llewellyn was born in Bridgend, South Wales and previously worked in PR and in the theatre before becoming a successful businesswoman. She has written a variety of short stories for national magazines and newspapers including The Daily Telegraph and Woman’s Weekly and is now a full-time writer. Her previous novels, Megan and Rhiannon were […]

Continue Reading 8
Psycho book cover

The Legend of Psycho Continues with New Film

In 1959, Robert Hale Ltd published Psycho by Robert Bloch. Bloch himself won the prestigious SF Hugo award in the same year. The psychological horror followed Marion Crane as she stole money from her boss and fled to a motel and encountered the brilliantly creepy Norman Bates, who ran the now infamous Bates Motel. Bloch would […]

Continue Reading 0
Holy Franchise Batman

Flickering Myth Reviews Holy Franchise Batman! by Gary Collinson

The Dark Knight Rises hits cinemas worldwide in July. To commemorate the hotly anticipated film, Robert Hale Ltd will be publishing Holy Franchise, Batman! Bringing the Caped Crusader to the Screen in June. Flickering Myth called it “indispensable reading material” for Batman fans. Read the full review and find out more about the book over at Flickering […]

Continue Reading 2