Check out this review of Death Knell by Sally Spedding, as featured in this post from Writer Christoph Fischer’s blog.
Sally Spedding is an old favourite of this block, a dear friend of mine and an incredibly talented author. She recently landed a seven book deal and the Lit Fest is privileged to feature her in conversation with Allan Martin when both will talk about historical fiction.
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I picked Sally’s latest book, “Death Knell” and I agree with the critics, it’s a brilliant book.
DI John Lyon Thriller – Book 3- The blurb:
Norfolk, November 1988.
After two life-changing investigations in France, former Detective Inspector John Lyon has moved south from Nottingham to Colchester with plans to enjoy his retirement.
But a phone call from Professor Stephen Vickers, a former student friend, now Dean of History at a university near Diss, disturbs his rest.
Vickers senses he is in danger, having unearthed evidence of a gruesome tragedy in 1920.
The murder of an innocent family…
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