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Tag Archives: Rome
I am delighted to welcome fellow Crooked Cat author, Carol Maginn back to my blog with her new book, Daniel Taylor, an intriguing thriller set in Rome. And there is another exciting thriller gestating in the background, too. I don’t … Continue reading →
Welcome again, to Carol Maginn – it’s a long time since Ruin, and her last visit to my blog! I know you will enjoy her meanderings round the settings of her new book, Daniel Taylor. Firstly, I would like to thank … Continue reading →
It’s always a pleasure to meet new authors, and I am specially proud to to entertain Emma Mooney today. She has recently had her first book published by Crooked Cat, and the quality of her work is therefore absolutely guaranteed. … Continue reading →
Nancy Jardine is a most welcome return visitor to my blog. As I have been on my travels again, she suggested that her topic should be one about making journeys, especially as many long journeys were taken in her new book, which … Continue reading →
I am privileged to feature Teresa Cutler-Broyles on my blog this week. Her thoroughly enjoyable book One Eyed Jack, published by Crooked Cat, took me back to my horse-mad youth with its Pony Club gymkhanas, and rainy days curling up … Continue reading →