Author Archives: Frances di Plino

Bad Moon Rising – a review

I’ve been sticking with the crime fiction for my reading, although my next review is of a darker offering. But I was engrossed once again, not least because the forensics in this was so well resear… Source: Bad Moon Rising … Continue reading

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LOCATION, LOCUTION: Uprooted from life in the UK, Vanessa Couchman writes novels about people with roots

Originally posted on The Displaced Nation:
Columnist Lorraine Mace, aka Frances di Plino, is back with her latest interview guest. This month’s guest, Vanessa Couchman, was uprooted from her native UK in 1997, when she moved, with her husband (who…

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LOCATION, LOCUTION: For Stephanie Patterson, the role of expat historical novelist seems to have been predestined

Originally posted on The Displaced Nation:
Columnist Lorraine Mace, aka Frances di Plino, is back with her latest interview guest. Hello again, readers. Last month I introduced you to expat writer Oliver Tidy, who found his calling in writing crime…

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… ‘LOOKING FOR A REASON’..? …then seek no further… my Guest Blogger today is great Authoress, Frances di Plino…enjoy!…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…one of the great ‘buzzes’ yeez get from being part of the universal quill-scraper family is to acquire marvellous new pals… and they just happen to be wunnerful scribblers into the bargain… today’s Guest Blogger…

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I’m a Serial Killer

Originally posted on Jane Bwye:
Please welcome my very distinguished guest this week. I am proud to host Frances di Plino once again. Frances is one of my favourite crime/thriller authors, and a lady of many talents, whose words of wisdom…

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