Monthly Archives: April 2018

Letters from Elsewhere: Maria Ferreira

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
I’m delighted to have a visit today from Maria Ferreira, mother of the narrator in the about-to-be-released Chasing the Case by Joan Livingston. Although we have never met before, I’ve read…

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Welcome, Seamus!

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
Today I am delighted to welcome fellow Crooked Cat Author Seamus Heffernan, whose first novel, Napalm Hearts, is published on 24 April. Welcome, Seamus!  Tell us all about your debut novel, Napalm Hearts. NAPALM…

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Meet the Crooked Cat Authors

Originally posted on Tim's Blog:
I’m very much looking forward to joining two other Yorkshire-based Crooked Cat authors for a reading event next Thursday. Angela Wren (with whom I shared another event last October) will be talking about her crime…

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Competition Time!

Originally posted on Jennifer C. Wilson:
For anyone who has read Kindred Spirits: Royal Mile, the above scene might just seem familiar. If you haven’t, well, let’s just say one of the ghosts finds the notion of a group of…

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Forty Years

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
Which forty years am I referring to in my title? The Children of Israel spent forty years wandering in the desert before they came to the Promised Land. (Some say that’s…

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