Wicked Autumn Review

Rena George Cosy Crime, Crime Fiction, Reviews 4 Comments

I was recently delighted to have been invited by the prestigious, independent publishers, Constable & Robinson, to join their list of review bloggers. This is my first review for them.   Wicked Autumn by G.M. Malliett.   Take the quintessentially English village of Nether Monkslip, add a charismatic young vicar, fresh from the shady world of MI5, and mix well with the horrid, domineering woman who rules the community and leads the Women’s Institute. And hey presto! – A cosy …

Cosy Crime – An Interview with MC Beaton

Rena George Writers 2 Comments

I’m a huge fan of Cosy Crime (so long as it’s not too cosy) I love reading it and I love writing it. Everything about the genre, from the main character, to the setting is cosy. Life happens at an easier pace here, in a place where the reader might actually like to live. There’s no blood and no gore, and no explicit sex. Readers won’t find a serial killer amongst these pages. And secondary characters may be eccentric, exasperating, …