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Talking to author Daisy Waugh plus exciting competition!

Talking to author Daisy Waugh plus exciting competition! 8th October 2017

This competition closes at  midnight, Saturday 21st October, UK time. International entries welcomed. Answers by e mail only (that keeps the answer under wraps for everyone who wants to enter!). All details below. The first 5 names “out of...

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Tarot murder mystery set in Barnes, London

Tarot murder mystery set in Barnes, London 5th October 2017

The Prime of Ms Dolly Greene by E V Harte, Tarot murder mystery set in Barnes, London. In slightly other-worldly Tinderbox Lane lives Dolly Greene, Tarot reader and all round good egg. She lives with her adult daughter Pippa...

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How to recreate London of 1670 in historical fiction

How to recreate London of 1670 in historical fiction 4th October 2017

#TalkingLocationWith… author Angus Donald, recreating the London of 1670 in historical fiction with Blood’s Game On a rainy night in December 1670, Colonel Thomas Blood, a notorious rebel, and several of his outlaw friends, attacked the coach of the Duke...

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Novel set in 18th Century London (a titillating read…)

Novel set in 18th Century London (a titillating read…) 26th September 2017

An Almond for a Parrot by Wray Delaney, novel set in 18th century London. This is the first adult novel to be penned by the acclaimed children’s writer, Sally Gardner and I, for one, fervently hope that it’s not...

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Raunchy read set in London and Bournemouth

Raunchy read set in London and Bournemouth 24th August 2017

Killer Affair by Rebecca Chance, a raunchy read set in London and Bournemouth. Summer is the time for a raunchy read and this will fit the bill nicely – but beware if you are not into celebrity culture or...

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