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Hello Readers.My third true crime book  is almost ready for publishing and all being well should be available for downloading on Christmas Day. For the next five days I will be providing some information about it via this blog including … Continue reading

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WeSeWriMo 2015 – Episode or Chapter 6 Atrocious Murder on the North London Railway 1864

Hello again readers, here is my episode 6 of a planned 8 concerning Crime on the Railways 1830-1899. Climb on board, its time  to depart! Saturday afternoon 9th July 1864. At three o’clock Thomas Briggs left the bank of Messrs … Continue reading

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