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WeSeWriMo Challenge 2015 – Chapter 9 Station Assassination Plot – Disappointed Dentist seeks Revenge!!


Hello again Readers, here is chapter 9 of my  new and upcoming true crime book – MURDER, MYSTERY and MAYHEM on the RAILWAYS 1830-1899. Enjoy……………….. Disappointed dentist seeks revenge on a judge Judge Bristowe QC concluded his day’s work at … Continue reading

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A year in the Life of an Indie Writer


Hello again Readers Exactly one year ago today I uploaded my first book to the Kindle Book Store on Amazon. Launched on a wing  and a prayer, it was the realisation of a dream. I sent no drafts away  to … Continue reading

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Chapter 1 Arsenic Sally ; Or the Curious Case of the Eastwood Poisoner


Hello again readers, I have posted the first chapter of my second and latest book in  this blog. Please feel free to read if yo wish and make any comments. The book is another deeply researched true crime novel set … Continue reading

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Arsenic Sally is Go! Four Days to Launch. The Coroners Inquest


Hello Readers Just four more days and my second book should be available on  Amazon. Here as promised is Part 2 of how the book was created. The opening chapters of the book  deal with a very long and difficult … Continue reading

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Just Published my First Book on Amazon! Important Update!


After many many months of research and a full year writing my mission is complete! My first book is now published on Amazon- a dream come true! I was working to a deadline to complete this work. The very real events … Continue reading

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Saville’s Spinney is Go! 2 Days to Launch ! – The Execution


Hello again Readers Almost there now, just over 48 hours! This blog will be about a very important scene in my book – the very public execution of a condemned man. Once again the three Nottingham newspapers were a wonderful … Continue reading

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Saville’s Spinney is Go! Three days to Launch! – The Trial


Hello again readers. Just a few days from my book being uploaded to Amazon. Herewith another blog about how the book was created and some of the resources I used…. In Victorian times criminals were tried in three types of … Continue reading

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