Tag: London

Death in The Last Reel by Paula Harmon

Does the camera ever lie? 1911: After the violent murder of three policemen in the line of duty, tensions between London constabulary and Whitechapel anarchists simmer. Meanwhile accusations and counter accusations of espionage further weaken relations between Germany and Britain. Can Margaret Demeray and Fox find out which potential enemy is behind a threat to the capital before it’s too late? In the shadow … Read More Death in The Last Reel by Paula Harmon

Dog About Town – Bob’s Lockdown in London by Bob

During Lockdown, when rules allowed, Bob found he had some of London’s most extraordinary landmarks all to himself… When the UK was in lockdown, the usually heaving streets of London emptied and the city became unrecognisable. Mini Labradoodle Bob is furry, soft, and lovable. In Dog About Town, we get to see the beauty of London from his dog’s eye view. Follow Bob as … Read More Dog About Town – Bob’s Lockdown in London by Bob

NOTLondon Anthony Dawton

When photographer Anthony Dawton realised how dramatically homelessness had increased in London, he took to the streets with his camera. For years he had taken photographs in areas of need worldwide, but after spending some time in his home city, he noticed how many people were living on its streets. He embarked on a new project to raise awareness for a city he no … Read More NOTLondon Anthony Dawton

Dead Already by Tim Adler

What if someone you accidentally killed came back to haunt you? When the perfect crime results in the kidnap and murder of Megan, his only child, East End villain Mickey Speight is grief stricken. But now, nearly thirty years later, Megan sends a message to her father, gone-to-ground in present-day Margate. #DeadAlready @timadlerauthor @NightsBooks @damppebbles #damppebblesblogtours Facebook @damppebblesblogtours  As the messages from his dead daughter keep … Read More Dead Already by Tim Adler

Blood Red City by Rod Reynolds

A witness with no victim. A crime with no crime scene… #BloodRedCity #BlogTour @Rod_WR @OrendaBooks When crusading journalist Lydia Wright is sent a video of an apparent murder on a London train, she thinks she’s found the story to revive her career. But she can’t find a victim, much less the killers, and the only witness has disappeared. Wary she’s fallen for fake news, … Read More Blood Red City by Rod Reynolds

Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson

From the brothels and gin-shops of Covent Garden to the elegant townhouses of Mayfair, Laura Shepherd-Robinson’s Daughters of Night follows Caroline Corsham, as she seeks justice for a murdered woman whom London society would rather forget . . . Lucia’s fingers found her own. She gazed at Caro as if from a distance. Her lips parted, her words a whisper: ‘He knows.’ London, 1782. … Read More Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson