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Sample Sunday 17th June – Diavolino

I hadn’t realised how much time had gone by since my last Sunday Sample, so to celebrate the paperback release of Diavolino here’s another little taster. If you like it, maybe you’ll think about buying a copy in one form or another? All the links are on the right – Alice slept in her bed, […]

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Sample Sunday – Diavolino

Today I’m posting an excerpt from my novel, Diavolino. Tom reached the pontoon as an overweight man with a red face jumped off the carabinieri launch. His dark suit seemed to strain at the seams. “Mr. Lupton, I presume?” he said, offering his hand. “Yes, and you are Inspector…” “Ricci. It actually means curly but […]

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Sample Sunday – Diavolino

Winter is just the best time to read  a horror story, especially one that will warm you up! Sima’s room was on the ground floor of the hospital, tucked away from the chaos of the main public areas. French windows gave onto a paved quadrangle with a modern sculpture at its center. The room had […]

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What’s The Cause of the International Crisis?

International Crises seem topical, so here’s my #SampleSunday for today from my novel, Diavolino. With Berlusconi licking his wounds this morning the Italian setting will add to the atmosphere. Homa Jawini flicked from news channel to news channel. She’d not heard from her husband since he’d been collected by Sir Roger’s driver in the early […]

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Back To The Dark Ages

To mark Halloween, here’s an excerpt from my novel Diavolino for this week’s Sample Sunday. If you want to buy a copy, links are in the sidebar. “How in God’s name did it happen?” Palmerin smashed his fists into his desk and made the window shake. “It’s no good taking it out on me,” said […]

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