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Summertime and the living is [un]easy…yet we’re reading crime novels

In anxious times, crime novels engage us and reassure us. Seems crazy, doesn’t it? A murderer is loose on the streets. We watch the sleuth(s), the more familiar the better, sort out the clues as they race against time to prevent more deaths. Although… Continue Reading “Summertime and the living is [un]easy…yet we’re reading crime novels”

A Choir of Crows, Editor’s Pick!

I am thrilled to announce that A Choir of Crows is the Severn House Editor’s Pick for May UK/July US! As you know, the hardcover is released in the UK this weekend, and worldwide (in English) 2 July–the e-book as well. Here’s the link!… Continue Reading “A Choir of Crows, Editor’s Pick!”

A Year in Reading, 2019

Happy New Year! Wishing you all peace and joy in 2020. I have no appetite for year end “best of” lists, but I appreciate a December tradition at the literary website The Millions (themillions.com), “A Year in Reading”. Writers share short lists of books… Continue Reading “A Year in Reading, 2019”

Happy Solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, & New Year, dear readers!

Just a quick note to let you know that this morning I delivered the manuscript of Owen Archer 12 to my publisher! Watch this space in the new year for a title and cover reveal and publishing dates! In other news…the trade paperback of… Continue Reading “Happy Solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, & New Year, dear readers!”

Kirkus Review for A Conspiracy of Wolves

I’m back from the UK and working on a post about my adventures in York, Leeds, Pontefract, and London. But first I want to alert you to the news that the English language ebook of A Conspiracy of Wolves is now available worldwide! And… Continue Reading “Kirkus Review for A Conspiracy of Wolves”