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Lawrence Harpham Murder Mysteries & Constance Maxwell Dreamwalker Mysteries

The Maleficent Maid is now available in paperback far earlier than expected and long before the kindle pre-order, still scheduled for 27th December. But if you prefer your books in print or would like to purchase a Christmas gift for that Suffolk mystery reader in your life, please visit the Lulu store for your copy. …

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Available for Pre-order on Amazon Kindle for 27th December 2021 Maids don’t kill out of spite – no matter how disagreeable… Join Lawrence and Violet in another perplexing case Suffolk 1903. William Gardiner is on trial for the cold-hearted stabbing of Rose Harsent. In a last-ditch attempt to save his life, concerned parties call on …

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And it’s here. The Fressingfield Witch launched on audiobook today read by Andrew Cullum and is available at the following retailers:   – Audible/Amazon – Audiobooks.com – Storytel – Apple – Google – Kobo Rakuten Next up – The Ripper Deception on 19th November  

The Felsham Affair is available for pre-order in the Amazon kindle store with a release date of 20th September.  The paperback version will be ready soon after, but invariably takes a little while longer. I will post the link when the paperback is available for purchase. This Felsham Affair is set in Suffolk and East …

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Vote for Murder – new & updated It’s 1911, and the women of Ipswich are making a peaceful stand against the unfairness of the voting system. Suffragist Louisa Russell joins the census evasion protest at the Old Museum in Ipswich. In a quiet moment, she explores the back rooms of the museum and finds a …

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Suffolk is a glorious place graced with rolling hills, salt marshes and sandy beaches. Charming villages and market towns lie scattered through the countryside while bustling seaside ports adorn the coast. Steeped in history, Suffolk has grown elegantly into the 20th century with towns like Bury Saint Edmunds enjoying the historic Abbey grounds as they …

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Located a short way along the Shotley peninsula, the village of Chelmondiston is notable for the hamlet of Pin Mill and views across the River Orwell.  Rebuilt in the 1860’s, the local parish church of St Andrews lost its tower to a flying bomb in 1944.  But it was the Chelmondiston Rectory that was the …

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Suffolk’s newest Crime Festival – Stowmarket Library 27 – 30 April 2018 Tickets on sale from Stowmarket Library and Mid Suffolk Tourist Information Centre from 6 March. £5 per author talk or £20 for all six.