Tag Archives: book

Breaking the Law 20/1

My name is Charles Carter. I am a police officer in Her Majesty’s Constabulary. For the last fifteen years, I have been certain that a local East End pawnbroker – one Mordecai Gold – is more than a simple business man, working out of a jeweler’s shop on Fournier Street. To the man in the […]

Jun 23

No time to stand and stare

I read on my WordPress friend, Colonialist’s  blog that his local independent bookshop – by all accounts a vibrant place – is closing. (Read article here.) This saddens me. I do not like to see a closed bookshop. It makes me feel I am having a conversation with Susan of Narnia fame, who grew up […]

Aug 29

Pinterest – a discovery

I have an admission to make, I’ve fallen in love: with Pinterest. It started simply enough, I found some pictures of outfits for some of my characters and I wanted to save them. OH suggested bookmarking the page. But sometimes when you do that, the page vanishes. A friend of mine – an arts and […]

Oct 27

Another Interview – The podcast

As always a trip to the studios of Phoenix FM (a community radio station) based in Brentwood was fun. Scott, who’d interviewed me at Easter, had invited me back to talk about the second book in the Aldwych Strand Trilogy. This time – taking me as a seasoned interviewee – he threw some curve ball […]