Simon Parke, author of the Abbot Peter Murder Mysteries, and of the forthcoming The Soldier, the Gaoler, the Spy and her Lover, is also a prolific and accomplished blogger. We are thrilled that he is willing to let us syndicate some of his blog posts here at Marylebone House! We let Simon explain more... It’s always a delight to find a new platform for my writing; which is why you’re reading this right now, right here. Of course, Marylebone House and I already work together.
Marylebone House is delighted that our author, and renowned poet (recent books include Letting in the Light) Kenneth Steven is giving a series of Essays on BBC Radio 3 this week. Live at 10:45 each evening, they will also be on the BBC iPlayer, and we will add links to this post as they become live. Kenneth is exploring the mysterious and beautiful Scottish Islands in this week of essays, focusing each day on a different destination. The first focused on Iona, the second on H
To celebrate the imminent release of Kel Richards' newest 1930's murder mystery, The Sinister Student, he's prepared a set of questions that you can use in a book group, either on or offline. Please feel free to print off these questions, or share them with a group, and don't forget to grab your copy of The Sinister Student! - 1 - Given his whimsical, even flippant, tone is Tom Morris a serious inquirer—or is he just bating C. S. Lewis to get a lively debate going? - 2 - From
Joshua Heyes is a PhD Student at the University of Birmingham. He holds an MA and BA from the University of Nottingham, and blogs at a Broad Place. He has given permission for his review of Death Comes for the Deconstructionist to be republished here on the Marylebone House blog. Death Comes for the Deconstructionist Review I was given a copy of Death Comes for the Deconstructionist at a significant time in my life – a time when I was, for the first time, engaging with the id
For September 2016, we are delighted to release a new novel in the gripping thriller series written by veteran Australian author Kel Richards. 'The Sinister Student' is the latest installment in the detecting adventures of C.S. 'Jack' Lewis. Here are (other than Kel's recent brilliant explanation of Agatha Christie's influence!) the reasons why you should read it.... Appealing to Tolkien as well as Lewis enthusiasts, through the characterizations of these literary heroes, the