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.
The Missing American blog tour As part of our week-long blog tour promoting Julie Highmore’s first Edie Fox private investigator mystery, THE MISSING AMERICAN, publisher Erik Empson contributes his thoughts on what makes it such a brilliant read. #themissingamerican THE MISSING AMERICAN by Julie Highmore / 280 pp / available on Kindle, in paperback and […]
A fugitive from justice, an impossible mission, and a taste for murder When we received a slew of action adventure thrillers from Riall Nolan in our inbox, it wasn’t long before we knew we had to publish them. All work stopped as we were picked up and carried on a journey to far-flung places, reliving […]
The Name on the Bullet blog tour As part of our week-long mini blog tour promoting John Dean’s latest DCI John Blizzard murder mystery, THE NAME ON THE BULLET, publisher Erik Empson contributes his thoughts on why it is such as good read. #thenameonthebullet THE NAME ON THE BULLET by John Dean / 200 pp […]
A mystery set in Scotland and two from Wales now available on audible.com If you have tired eyes, look no further and listen up! Lots of our books are available in audio. Here are just some of our recent releases! Confession to Murder by Robert McNeill After a man confesses in church that he has […]