We’re (Gaslight Crime) delighted to bring you an interview with writer Jan Edwards, author of the newly published historical crime novel Winter Downs.
I absolutely loved Winter Downs, which takes place in a fascinating time in a lovely part of Sussex that Kipling called our blunt, blow-headed, whale-backed Downs. The perfect setting for the first novel in an atmospheric new crime series. If you enjoy classic, Golden Age style whodunits with engaging sleuths, a twisting plot and a wonderful sense of place – you’re in for a great treat.
Here’s Jan to tell us about Winter Downs and her writing process…
Read the full interview here: An Interview With Crime Author Jan Edwards
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First review in for Leinster Gardens and Other Subtleties!
The Dunwich Review
Title: Leinster Gardens and Other Subtleties
Author: Jan Edwards
Date published: March 13, 2015
Category: weird fiction,short stories, ghost stories, supernatural fiction, horror
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Leinster Gardens and Other Subtleties will also be released in kindle format on the 13th March!
Soooo excited! (you can tell can’t you)
Also launching: Give Me These Moments Back by Mike Chinn and Dead Water and Other Weird Tales by David A Sutton
Launching on Friday 13th March at Birmingham Science Fiction Group evening at the Briar Rose, Bennetts Hill, Birmingham.
e-arcs available on request!
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Workshops are always fun from either side of the table, and today Peter and I will be giving a talk/workshop for the Cannon Hill Writers Group in Birmingham. Continue reading