Greetings from a crisp & sunny Bristol,
To say it’s been a tad busy the last week or so is an understatement. I’m pleased to say that some of it has been getting Meredith & Hodge on the move in A Measure of Guilt, some has been the outline of the next Bearing Witness – currently titled In Time of Need – and believe it or not, a rough sketch of the characters in the next in the Murder Tour series – Whatever Happened to Rosie Webber (again this is only a working title), and talking of the Murder Tour, the Beta reader feedback is coming in (Thank you to all of you who volunteered) for Who Killed Charlie Birch? and here are a few of their comments:
I loved it! I wasn’t sure at first because as you say, it’s different to your normal books, but it drew me in and I liked the style and the characters.
Loved every minute, it got me so involved . . . it was like watching it on tv, the characters drew you in and you couldn’t put it down. I loved the comedy in it and all the twists and turns
Different in style and tone to M&H, and the Bearing women, nonetheless an excellent read, and full of the twists and turns expected of you as the writer . . . loved the little epilogues at the end of the chapter detailing Charlie’s wrongdoings . . .