Llandeilo Lit Fest Review: “Death Knell” by Sally Spedding

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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