Events

Diary Dates

18th April, 7pm, Dulwich Books, 6 Croxted Road, SE21 8SW. Talk on Life and Death in Dulwich, with a Q&A, a chance to name the next book in the series, buy a signed copy and even a Death in Dulwich mug or bag. Buy tickets here.

23rd April, Greenwich Central Library, The Greenwich Centre, 12 Lambarde Square, London SE10 9HB. Alice will be giving a Shakespeare’s Birthday talk on her London Murder Mystery series. There will be a chance to ask questions, buy the books and get them signed afterwards.

Dulwich Open House – Alice Castle will be selling and signing books on 12/13th May and 19/20th May, more details to follow.

Recent News 

9th January, 2pm, Dulwich Library – more than 40 people turned out to hear Alice’s talk about the landmarks and inspirations behind the London Murder Mystery series.

Authors’ Interviews

Dulwich On View article

10 Reasons Why I Love Whodunits

Cruise International Magazine top ten Christmas reads

10 Things I’d Like My Readers to Know About Me – Female First 

Good ‘n’ Read-y Review, 10th November 2017

Daily Drone, 25th October 2017:

Alice takes on the mighty Fielden

It appears that TP Fielden is not alone in turning to a life of crime. Fielden, alias former Hickey editor Christopher Wilson, has former Hickey hackette Alice Castle as his rival for sales when they both have books out in the run-up to Christmas.

Fielden’s Resort to Murder is the second in his splendid Judy Dimont amateur sleuth series.

Alice, pictured, who wrote for Hickey in the days of the great Ross Benson from 1990-94 before moving to Features for a further two years, also has a heroine.

Hers is single mum Beth Haldane, who made her first appearance in Death in Dulwich and now gets caught up in all sorts of life or death nastiness in The Girl in the Gallery, set in Dulwich Picture Gallery.

Alice’s first book in her Beth Haldane series topped the satire/detective fiction category on Amazon when it was published in September. Because of that success, The Girl in the Gallery is out on December 19 and is full of the sort of yummy mummies that make driving through Dulwich Village so delightful (if hazardous).

To order, click HERE

Death in Dulwich Review, September 2017

Bibliomaniac Review, September 2017

eBook Addict Review, September 2017

Jennifer C Wilson Blog, September 2017

Rae Reads review, September 2017

The Quiet Knitter review, September 2017

A Lover of Books review, September 2017

Novel Deelights September 2017

Jen Med’s Book Reviews September 2017

The Dragon Slayer September 2017

A Crime Reader’s Blog September 2017

Rachel Bustin’s Blog September 2017

It’s All About the Books Blog September 2017

My Eclectic Reads September 2017

Rambling Lisa September 2017

Jessica’s Reading Room September 2017

Chat About Books September 2017

Books Beyond the Story September 2017