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30th August 2017 – Day Nine and the close of the blog tour with another amazing review from A Lover of Books

29th August 2017 – Day Eight of the blog tour and another great review from the Review Sisters

28th August 2017 – Day Seven of the blog tour with another terrific review from Kath of Ignite Bookblog

27th August 2017 – Day Six of the blog tour with an honest and positive review from Dianna Hogg of Sweet Little Books

26th August 2017 – Day Five of the blog tour and a terrific review from Eva on Novel Deelights

25th August 2017 – Day Four of the blog tour and another lovely review from Ali on Ali – The Dragon Slayer

24th August 2017 – Day Three of the blog tour and a guest post about environmental health and murder on Anne bonny Book Reviews

23rd August 2017 – Day Two of the blog tour and another lovely review, courtesy of Susan Corcoran of Booksaremycwtches.

22nd August 2017 – Day One of the blog tour for No Accident starts with a terrific review from Caroline Vincent of Bits About Books.

20th August 2017 – my interview with humorous author, Colin Garrow, is now available on my Robservations blog. Colin has kindly offered all subscribers to my newsletter a free eBook copy of the second Watson Letters book, Not the 39 Steps. If you haven’t signed up yet, please return to the home page and complete the form there.

August 2017 – out now!

From the author of the best-selling DS Lasser crime books comes a storming new series.

Think you know about vengeance? Then think again.

For over five years Abe Mathews has been hunting the white-haired assassin.

Obsession and vengeance drives him and at last he is close to bringing the man named Plymouth to justice.

Though Plymouth is playing a deadlier game. One in which he is putting his life in the crosshairs in order to bring the guilty forward and he will stop at nothing to inflict his own horrific brand of retribution.

However, as Mathews draws closer to his quarry he is forced to question the truth about the man with the blue eyes and savage smile.

Though there are others who will cross any line to kill Plymouth, those who have suffered beyond imagining at his hands.

As the noose tightens and people start to die, Mathews must decide who he can trust before the clock stops ticking.

Meanwhile, Plymouth relentlessly draws out those who want to see him dead in an electrifying game of life and death that will have a devastating impact on those unwittingly pulled into the vortex of violence.

10th August 2017

No Accident‘s new cover revealed on social media.

Blog tour scheduled for 21st August.

 

 

 

1st August 2017

No Bodies, the second Kent Fisher mystery, is due for publication during October 2017.

29th July 2017

Authors Robert Crouch and Margaret KaineSharing a table with local author, Margaret Kaine, at the Hawthorns Summer Garden Party, which moved indoors to avoid the atrocious weather.

 

 

 

 

June 2017

Clare Flynn – moving stories

Historical fiction writer, Clare, gives an insight into her background in marketing and what motivates her stories

Read the interview here.

 

8th June 2017 – Sharing a stall with local authors, Ellie Dean and Paul Nash at Jevington Summer Fete.

 

22nd May 2017

Guest post on Emma the Little Bookworm about what I wish I’d known when I launched my first novel.

 

5th May 2017

photofiction-logoGuest post on Barbara Copperthwaites Photo Fiction blog about the day I spotted a plaque on a a house that changed his life.

 

April 2017

Joy Mutter – A Joy to read

Paranormal thriller writer, Joy, took time out to answer some questions about her unique stories.

Read the interview here.

 

21st March 2017 – Guest post on author, Clare Flyn’s blog , revealing how my environmental health work led to crime writing

 

March 2017

Robin Roughley – smoothly does it

Robin Roughley Interview - Smoothly Does ItProlific crime writer, Robin, lets us into the secrets of his success.

Read the interview here.

 

27th January 2017 – Guest post on TripFiction, showing how the South Downs inspired Kent Fisher and No Accident

Sue Shepherd reposted an interview with me as part of her blog party.

19th January 2017 – Guest post on Linda’s Book Bag. How blogging restored my confidence and led to a publishing deal.

3rd January 2017

Allison Ferns, host of the afternoon show on Radio Sussex, interviews me about my move from environmental health officer to crime writer on her ‘My Life’ spot.

A more detailed report and further photographs will be available in my Robservations blog and the February edition of my newsletter, which you can subscribe to via the Case Files link on the right.

In the meantine, please listen to the interview below.


26th November 2016
Fisher’s Fables published as an eBook on Amazon

Fisher's Fables

17th November 2016No Accident receives it’s 20th review.

16th November 2016 – having a terrific time at Sue’s Blog Party

24th September 2016interview with Sylvia Kerslake

13th September 2016 – talking to Anderida Writers

26th August 2016 –  Environmental Health News feature with thanks to Will Hatchett for an epic review and article.

26th August 2016 – my first talk as an author at The Hawthorns. My thanks to Ian Turnbull and Emma Allum for inviting me.

Emma at hawthrons

 25th August 2016

My first radio interview on Uckfield FM, with thanks for allowing me to post the interview.

Click on the player below to listen to the interview.

 

 

 

August 2016

Kathryn McMaster – McMasterclass in murder

True life historical crime writer, Kathryn, discusses how she researches and receates true crimes from the past.

Read the interview here.

 

25th July 2016 – great write up in Fully Booked 2016

7th July 2016 – lovely write up in the Bury Times and This Is Lancashire

20th June 2016No Accident published as an eBook.

front cover

19th June 2016Dan and Sean Campbell, creators of DCI Morton, post their interview with me about No Accident and my writing.

17th June 2016 – No Accident featured on Crime Fiction Lover