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After the excitement of the publication of Death Rope, the eleventh title in the Geraldine Steel series, I’ve been busy writing. Death Rope is available here. Throughout August I was busy working on edits and checking proofs for...read more
The very first of these newsletters went out in July last year, so we’ve been posting these for a year now. Can you believe it? I can’t! Cheers to that! And what an exciting newsletter this is, with the 11th Geraldine Steel...read more
I know I tell you this every time, but June really has been another busy month - there's no rest for us writers! Read on to find out about my escapades at CrimeFest in Bristol, MysteryFest in Portsmouth, and everywhere else in between. But don't worry,...read more
May has been a busy month, full of travelling, panels and book signings! There is also exciting news for both Geraldine and myself. Read on to find out.... EXCITING NEWS ON THE BOOK FRONT I’ve been working on a venture that is...read more
It’s been a busy April, and I’m excited to share with you what I’ve been doing - as well as writing, of course! I hope you’ve all been enjoying Geraldine’s latest investigation in Class Murder, and would love to hear your thoughts on the case. Please...read more
TODAY IS THE DAY! I'm very excited that the print edition of CLASS MURDER is finally available and wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for supporting me and Geraldine over the years! Having my tenth Geraldine Steel book available is a...read more
It’s been a quiet January, after a very busy Christmas, and I hope you all enjoyed a break over the holiday period, with plenty of good food, your favourite tipple, brilliant company and of course some time to read! Hopefully those of you who had the chance to...read more
I'm so pleased to say Class Murder is now officially on sale as an eBook and even more delighted that it has already made it into the Kindle Top 20 bestsellers! This Christmas, for the very first time Geraldine Steel features in...read more
I’m very excited to share with you the news that, as well as my publisher sending me lovely new bookmarks (see above), Class Murder, the tenth Geraldine Steel title, is available as an ebook on December 7th. It can be pre-ordered here if...read more
Welcome to my October newsletter! As the nights draw in, and the days grow chilly, it’s time to sit by the fire and put your feet up with a good book. I’m currently reading through the proof copy of Class Murder the tenth Geraldine Steel...read more