August News.

The MS has gone in for the new Secret History book, no idea on release yet, but some time mid next year would be a good guess.

As I’m now ahead on my contracts (I have no idea how? There must have been 16 months in last year!), I’ve started a new stand alone book.
This will be my version of an Agatha Christie manor house murder mystery. It will have no ties to any other series (at least not yet).
I may release more info later, or I might just keep it all under wraps until it’s published, just depends. . .

Simon.

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The MS has gone in for the new Secret History book, no idea on release yet, but some time mid next year would be a good guess.

As I’m now ahead on my contracts (I have no idea how? There must have been 16 months in last year!), I’ve started a new stand alone book.
This will be my version of an Agatha Christie manor house murder mystery. It will have no ties to any other series (at least not yet).
I may release more info later, or I might just keep it all under wraps until it’s published, just depends. . .

Simon.

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