Welcome to the July round up of crime fiction goodies. This month we feature author AA Abbott – you can visit her website and download a free short story here.
For today’s blog post, here’s something a little different. It’s a short story I wrote, and although it’s not crime, it does contain a mystery. It also might not be all fiction … I’ll let you decide where the truth begins and ends. I hope you like it!
I wasn’t to know just then that I was about to embark on the greatest and most enduring of love affairs. … Read the rest
Welcome to my second newsletter, bringing together more criminal goodies for the month of June. In this issue, we take a look at Glasgow crime writer C.S. Duffy, who has two crime fiction series for you to get stuck into. And we have a peek at some of the great events lined up in the Borders Book Festival, which is running a seriously impressive programme that includes plenty for crime fans.… Read the rest
The first time Jackie told me that she was a writer was not long after we met. We were out having our first dinner and she very casually told me she’d written a novel and had lots more on the go. She had also written a sitcom and was working with the BBC’s Comedy Unit on developing it.… Read the rest
Well, here’s my first newsletter, bringing together some criminal goodies for the month of May. Each issue will contain brief details of new books, events, and author appearances, and in addition will provide a focus on one or two items.
In this issue, we take a look at Tana Collins‘ latest book, Dark is the Day – and, having had a sneaky peek at it pre-pubication, I can tell you you’re in for a real treat as Tana takes DI Jim Carruthers on another exciting investigation.… Read the rest