It’s Here – The New Loveday Mystery!

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It was a difficult birth, but it’s here now  *A Cornish Suspicion* I do hope you like it … ******* Antiques auctions were a complete mystery to Loveday, but her boss, magazine proprietor, Merrick Tremayne, really wanted the 16th century bible box. So she’d asked her friend, Priddy, to put in the winning bid. But now the box was gone – stolen during a break in at her office. …And then there was Priddy’s daughter, Hannah. How could she convince …

Poldark Review – Episode Two

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Demelza, the scruffy young urchin Ross rescued, is now an accepted member of the Nampara household, even though tongues are wagging about the proprieties of the situation. Elsewhere mines are closing and Ross sees the chance of resurrecting the Poldark fortunes and providing work for local workers by raising cash to re-open his mine. When Poldark hit our TV screens last Sunday we all loved it – well most of us did. Some purists are still chuntering about the accents, …

Poldark Review – And a FREE Cornish Novel

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It’s Cornwall 1783, and Captain Ross Poldark returns from war in America to find the world he knew is in turmoil. Mines are closing, poverty is rife, and the people are starving. To make matters worse, his father has died, his lands and mines lie derelict – and the love of his life, Elizabeth Chynoweth, is to marry his cousin, Francis. Ross’s Uncle Charles, (the late Warren Clarke) urges him to cut his loses, sell his mines, and move away. But …

Mistress of Mellin Cove – A Taster

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A few weeks ago I published this … I thought I would use this week’s blog post to give you a taste of what it’s about. “When Dewi Luscombe is rescued from a shipwreck by the young Master of Mellin Hall, Kit St Neot, she has lost her memory. Touched by the girl’s vulnerability and confusion about who she is, Kit undertakes to help her. But Dewi is haunted by the thought that someone close to her died in that …

A New Novel and a Free Download

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The launch of my new novel, Mistress of Mellin Cove, has seemed like a long time coming for me, but here it at last – PUBLISHED! And just to get you into the mood for the rugged cliffs and crashing waves, passions, jealousies and intrigues of 18th century Cornwall, I’m inviting everyone to download of the first book in the series, Danger at Mellin Cove – FOR FREE! Mistress of Mellin Cove It’s the middle of the 18th century, when …

Writing the sequel

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Writing a sequel to Danger at Mellin Cove, the book that launched my fiction writing career in the first place, was always going to be a labour of love. I also thought, mistakenly as it happens, that it would be a fairly easy project. After all, in my mind I knew the setting well – the wild Cornish seas that crashed into Mellin Cove, and the fleet of twin-masted fishing luggers in the small harbour. I could see Kit St …

Poldark Rides Again

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The New Poldark Here he is,  (check out the story)  Aidan Turner  And just when I was thinking Richard Armitage had it in the bag … interesting! All I know about Aidan is that he’s a 30-year-old Irish actor who has appeared in  The Hobbit Trilogy and Being Human. I don’t know him and and have never seen any of his TV series, so I have an open mind. Well I haven’t, actually, because I’ll be struggling to get my …