Tag: crime fiction

Charles Dickens dead at his desk by Lyn Squire

Lyn Squire <https://www.lynsquiremysteries.com/> is the debut author of Immortalised to Death (Level Best Books, US, 2023). He was  born in Cardiff, South Wales, but is now an American citizen living in Virginia. He explains that, “During a twenty-five-year career as a development specialist at the World Bank in Washington DC, he published over thirty articles… Read more »

The Not Quite Perfect Murderer and the City of Bath by Margaret Duffy

Earlier this year Margaret Duffy’s latest novel in her Patrick Gillard and Ingrid Langley mystery series was published by Severn House (severnhouse.com). It is the 14th novel in this popular collection, but can be read as a stand-alone novel. Her novels are set around the City of Bath < https://visitbath.co.uk/>, which most readers would associate… Read more »

A New Year thought for writers of crime fiction – Do crime fiction writers have a responsibility to eliminate medical inaccuracies?

It has been my privilege over the past years to lead an SSU for Medical students in Exeter and Plymouth (UK) on the theme of Medical Facts and Myths into Historical Crime Fiction. Khalid Hasssan, one of the students has kindly offered to share his thought provoking essay with the crime writing fraternity (and sisterhood)…. Read more »

About Myfanwy

Myfanwy is an ‘eclectic’ writer who is fascinated with experimenting with words and their potential enlightening power. She writes short stories, because they are like health food bars. They are small, satisfying and packed with intense power and energy producing ideas. They can also be fitted around the often mentally or physically draining routine of work.

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