Calamity in Camberwell: 13th August 2018

Yay, it’s PUBLICATION DAY today for Calamity in Camberwell, the third in my London Murder Mystery series, and to celebrate it will be a snip at just 99p/c – or completely free on Kindle Unlimited! Snap up a chunk of delicious cozy crime at a bargain basement price here.

“Beth Haldane, SE21’s answer to Miss Marple, worries she is losing a kindred spirit when her friend Jen, the only other single mum in the playground, suddenly remarries and moves to Camberwell.

Soon Beth has to face much more pressing fears. Has something gone horribly wrong with Jen’s marriage? What is her new husband really up to? Why is her daughter leading Beth’s son astray? And where on earth is Jen anyway?”

Praise for Death in Dulwich and The Girl in the Gallery:

“If Stephanie Plum lived in London’s Dulwich instead of Trenton, New Jersey, she might have turned out something like Beth Haldane. Alice Castle’s main character is witty and immensely likeable. When she finds the dead body of her new boss only 3 hours after she starts her new job, Beth is determined to find out what happened. The story is enjoyable, the characters are engaging and I’ll definitely be following this series!” Unimited_Reader, Amazon 

“In the second title in the series, The Girl in the Gallery, this wonderful writer has penned another gripping tale that will go down a treat with fans of Midsomer Murders and MC Beaton.” Amazon reviewer 

“Cosy mystery fans looking for a new author to add to their list of must-buy authors, look no further than Alice Castle and her fantastic London Murder Mystery series.” Amazon reviewer

“The story is a great ‘whodunnit’ tale which will introduce you to a wonderful cast of characters, throw lots of red herrings your way as you try to decide who the culprit is, and take you on a roller coaster of twists and turns. A fantastic mystery with plenty of humour along the way.” Amazon review

“Beth makes an excellent sleuth – she’s determined too. Rather more so than Harry York, the detective who (to my mind) is sexy as hell.” Sue Roebuck