I’m at Yeovil Library this Friday!

I’m at Yeovil Library this Friday!

Looking forward to talking at Yeovil Library  on Friday 13th October, as part of Somerset Libraries’ National Libraries Week celebrations. And what a week it’s been! I’ve already seen the evidence of libraries’ importance: at Wells Library last...
Nothing you know is ever wasted

Nothing you know is ever wasted

Where are you when you read? Where are you when you write? I don’t mean, Where are you physically – although a Greek island in the sun or a remote bothy in the Scottish Highlands sounds pretty appealing, depending on your temperament. I mean, Where are you...
That difficult (earlier) book

That difficult (earlier) book

The Shame of Innocence is selling well and DI Jeff Lincoln is gathering quite a fan club.   But this wasn’t his first adventure.  He was bumbling around in Barbury long before he crossed swords with Donal Finnegan.  Before he moved into the Old Vicarage, he was...

Criminal activities in Frome

I’ve been so preoccupied with The Shame of Innocence lately, I haven’t spent any time on this blog. I’ve also been busy preparing a workshop on crime writing, as part of Frome Writers’ Collective’s Frome Word literary festival, running...