So hopefully you’ve enjoyed the first two instalments of the new Thomas Caphorn murder mystery, set on the shores of Loch Ness in 1908. You may even be desperate to know what happens next – well here’s the third and final part! As with the previous posts, this one is accompanied by a picture fro … More The Author’s Wife, part three
As promised, here’s part two of the brand new Thomas Caphorn murder mystery, set on the shores of Loch Ness one hot summer’s night. I’m delighted to include another picture from Cat Burton, please do check out Cat’s website. If you want a recap, you can read part one here. Don’t forget, if you like … More The Author’s Wife, part two
On occasion people ask me whether Thomas Caphorn, hero of In the Shadow of the Stump, will ride again. The short answer is yes, yes he will. In fact, keeping things short, here is a brand new Caphorn mystery split into three parts. The story is set in the Highlands so I wanted a suitably … More The Author’s Wife, part one
Just a quick post to say I’ll be at Boston Library this Saturday (23 September) talking about In the Shadow of the Stump from 1.30pm. I’m not 100% on what I’m going to discuss (other than why I wrote a murder mystery) but I’ll also be doing a Q&A session as well as signing copies … More See you at the library this Saturday
‘The Shadow of the Stump’ has been reviewed in ‘Lincolnshire Life’, huzzah!
On 11 July 2017 I’ll be having a chat with the Waterstones Boston Coffee and Crime Club in the shop from 9.30am. Everyone is welcome to attend and entry is free. Just no tricky questions please!
Now, I’ve got a little confession to make and I hope you won’t judge me too harshly: I have never read an Agatha Christie. I know, I know, how can you write a murder mystery without reading the Queen of Crime? Well, that wrong has now been righted as my cousin, shocked by my revelation, … More My evenings with Dorothy and Agatha