Tag: crime

Step one – think of a title

Filed in Leopard Tree by on December 3, 2013 2 Comments
Step one – think of a title

A gladiator. A Justin Beiber fan. An author. What’s the common thread here? A love of danger, and the very real possibility of public shame and humiliation. Well I can’t sing and I look terrible in greaves, so I’ve decided to try my hand at writing my first novel – Leopard Tree. Why? Ironically, it’s […]

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Crucifying angels in the City of Sin

Filed in Crime-Mystery, Independent, Thriller by on September 24, 2013 0 Comments
Crucifying angels in the City of Sin

It’s hot enough to kill. Las Vegas’ best homicide team has just attended its fifth cult-inspired murder of the night. Are the killings connected? Well it is Las Vegas… and anything can change with another roll of the dice. This is the premise behind P.I Barrington’s futuristic crime thriller Crucifying Angel, a sharp tale of […]

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Getting jiggy in Georgian London

Filed in History by on February 16, 2013 3 Comments
Getting jiggy in Georgian London

The Secret History of Georgian London – sordid, seamy, captivating, alluring, repelling, wicked, fascinating, and very, very British – and that’s just the first page. It’s a strange thing; the Lock Hospital (18th-century London’s first institution specifically for treating sexually-transmitted diseases) made almost as much money from renting out pews in its chapel for Sunday […]

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