Blog Tour: The Art of Murder

Wales at its best. The second in the Jordan Jenner Mysteries series. The follow up to Murder on the Rocks. Artist Xander Draper is being threatened by a dangerous group. With PI Jordan Jenner’s help, Xander hopes to remain unscathed. But when Xander is murdered, his body displayed as his final exhibit, Jordan realises the […]

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Book Tour: A Knife in the Fog by Bradley Harper

September 1888. A twenty-nine-year-old Arthur Conan Doyle practices medicine by day and writes at night. His first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet, although gaining critical and popular success, has only netted him twenty-five pounds. Embittered by the experience, he vows never to write another “crime story.” Then a messenger arrives with a mysterious […]

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Guest Post: Edmond Locard by Bradley Harper

What’s better than reading crime fiction? Learning about historical figures that inspire or are inspired by crime fiction! Or am I just weird like that? Today I have the pleasure of hosting a guest post by Bradley Harper the author of A Knife in the Fog a book in which “Physician Arthur Conan Doyle takes […]

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Blog Tour: Treble Clef by Malcolm Hollingdrake

Harrogate attracts hundreds of players to the annual Games Convention and for one player it is the perfect opportunity to kill by the mechanics of his own sinister game. Each victim will die in the same way. Each will be classed as the loser and their time will have run out. The escape room and […]

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Blog Tour: Who’s That Girl by T.S. Hunter

A DEAD CABARET HOST. A BROKEN STILETTO AND A FEMME FATALE WITH A POINT TO PROVE.  It’s the summer of 1985 in London’s Soho, and Joe Stone is settling in in his new home at the heart of London’s developing gay scene.  When Danny Devraux—the compère they’ve hired to host their charity ball, The Frock […]

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Review: Tainted Love by T.S. Hunter

SOME RELATIONSHIPS ARE JUST MURDER It’s 1985, and Joe Stone is excited to be joining his old school friend, and lifelong crush, Chris, for a long weekend in London’s Soho—home to a vibrant, developing gay scene, and a million miles from the small town Joe and Chris grew up in. But when Chris is brutally […]

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Blog Blitz: Beyond the Gravy by Mandy Morton

Psychic cat Irene Peggledrip is being visited by a band of malevolent spirits who all claim to be murderers. Not only is their message disturbing, but they cause chaos with indoor snowstorms, flying books and the untimely demise of a delicious Victoria sponge. Irene calls in Hettie and Tilly of the No. 2 Feline Detective […]

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