Jon Harris grew up in the West Country just outside Bristol before moving to Cardiff to study physics and then Durham where he studied for a PhD in astronomy. After spending a few years staring into space he returned to the West Country for work and took up writing. He now lives in a village in North Somerset with his wife, son and pet tortoise. He’s happy to report that the village is far less murderous than its fictional counterpart.
Short, punchy, with a likeable detective who has a knack of getting information out of people, Ric Brady’s series of Yorkshire mystery novels have proved popular with fans of crime fiction, and a must-have for anyone who is fond of their setting in God’s own county. We spoke to Ric Brady to find out more.
Having just released his third title with The Book Folks, THE PIPER’S CHILDREN, we thought now would be the perfect time to interview Iain Henn, so you can find out more about his writing process, his inspirations, and his suspenseful thrillers and mysteries.
An author who writes with a wand. His complex characters, evocative settings, elaborate plots, and very human situations, come together to make spell-binding books. We got in touch with Dan McNay to find out more about his background, what drives him to write, his influences and his ambitions.
An interview with Traude Ailinger Traude is a German writer of cosy detective stories who many years ago made Scotland her home. Having recently published her third murder mystery title set in Edinburgh, we interviewed the author to find out more about her background and influences. Traude has worked as a teacher for many years […]