The Girl With the Ikea Furniture

Way back in 2012 I decided to read The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. It’s not the sort of thing that I usually go for, but every once in a while I like a bit of crime fiction. The Sherlock Holmes books, Agatha Christie, James Ellroy; now and then I get a bit of aContinue reading “The Girl With the Ikea Furniture”

The Dangerous Old Lady Next Door

My new ebook, The Dangerous Old Lady Next Door, is out now. It’s a black comedy novella about an elderly chemistry professor who believes his next door neighbour is trying to murder him. Every day she makes him lunch, which he is certain is poisoned. But why is she trying to kill him? He formulatesContinue reading “The Dangerous Old Lady Next Door”

Now You Have Nothing

January was a good month for books. I read six, three fiction, three non-fiction. Of the fiction 2 were literary, 1 was crime – a not unreasonable breakdown of my general fiction reading. In my last post, having read about the pleasures to be had of reading at whim, I said I was going toContinue reading “Now You Have Nothing”