I will be at marvellous independent bookshop Rye Books this evening from 7pm to read from my London Murder Mysteries series and to join award-winning local author Hester Vaizey for a Q&A session. Hester will be asking why Dulwich is the perfect place to kill people, how the stories developed, if Belinda MacKenzie is based on a real person (gulp!) and lots more intriguing questions. Tickets are FREE here, or just pop along on the night. I’ll also be selling and signing the books, of course, so if you’re looking for that special gift or just fancy owning a signed first edition, do come!
Rye Books, 47 North Cross Road, London SE22
I’m thrilled to say that the first audiobook of the London Murder Mystery series, Death in Dulwich, is now available on Audible!
A tale of murder, mayhem and yummy mummies, it is ideal listening, whether you’re on the school run, whiling away an evening by the fireside, or simply getting through a mountain of ironing. The adventures of Beth Haldane, SE21’s most reluctant single mummy amateur sleuth ever, will have you in stitches. The novel is expertly narrated by the very talented actor Alex Lee, a specialist in voicing cozy crime stories.
Alex brings Beth’s world to life, and you’ll be able to visualise characters like scary ubermummy Belinda MacKenzie, sinister Bursar Tom Seasons, delicious school secretary Janice and, of course, devastatingly handsome Metropolitan Police Detective Inspector Harry York, even more clearly.