It will take more than Hitler’s Luftwaffe to break the spirit of the residents of Lavender Road. If courage and resilience could win wars, the conflict would already be over. It’s not all harmony, though. Nurse Molly Coogan and would-be actress Jen Carter certainly don’t see eye to eye. Molly, despite hating the discipline of… Continue reading ‘London Calling’ by Helen Carey
Writing a series of novels set in the Second World War has inevitably opened my eyes to the privations that people suffered during those eventful years, and I regularly thank my lucky stars that I was born into easier times. So far at least, I haven’t had to suffer relentless night time bombing, not have… Continue reading ‘Tough Times And How To Cope’ – Guest Post by Helen Carey (Author of ‘London Calling’).
Life is good for DI Dan Hellier. He has made several successful drugs’ busts and even the Assistant Chief Constable is smiling. But the discovery of two headless, handless corpses buried in the bog on Dartmoor will test his team to their limits. How are they expected to identify the bodies when nobody has reported… Continue reading ‘Death & The Good Son’ by B.A.Steadman
A disused railway tunnel where, cruel and sinister deeds are executed. A policeman on a mission. A killer who will stop at nothing. The formidable DCI Cyril Bennett and DS David Owen of Harrogate Police find themselves embroiled in a series of bizarre events. A domestic dog attack on a child soon leads to a… Continue reading ‘Hell’s Gate’ by Malcolm Hollingdrake
Bertie is alone, devastated after his beloved sister and fellow beagle Molly is adopted, leaving him behind. When Bertie is taken in by the Green family, it seems he’s finally found a place to call home… Yet Bertie swiftly realises that the kind and loving Green family is in crisis. After a tragedy two years… Continue reading ‘Bertie’s Gift’ by Hannah Coates