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Kind Words from my Readers

I am delighted with the latest reviews for Look Over Your Shoulder the first book in the DS Williams murder mystery series.
It was a huge leap of faith to pen a murder mystery but reviews like these give me the encouragement to keep going.
I am delighted to announce that the second book in the series is almost finished and should be released by Easter.

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What readers said about the first book in the series – Look Over Your Shoulder

You should only start reading “Looking over your shoulder” if you have plenty time as you won’t be able to put it down once you start! Gripping reading. Best yet from Kim O’Shea. I am really looking forward to book 2. Bring it on.

Karen Harboe O’Shea, Co Cork

I’ve just finished reading your latest book, look over your shoulder. This was another page turner, couldn’t put it down. Look forward to reading your next 1. Fast becoming 1 of my favourite authors.

Wenda Partridge, Co Cork

DS Louisa Williams Bk 1 eBook coverWhy not check it out for yourself? Buy it now

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Coming soon

Search the Shadows. The second book in the DS Williams murder mystery series.

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The Copper Pot

New Exclusive Short Story

(Based on The Girl in the Shadows series)

Grace’s much-loved Granny proved very popular in the series and people kept asking me to write her life story.

Now for the first time ever you can download a free short story – a snapshot – based on Granny Maura’s early life!

Written in the same style as The Girl in the Shadows, The Copper Pot will amuse you much like Grace’s escapades.

The Copper Pot tells the story of Maura’s father making and selling poitin (illegal whiskey) on their small farm in rural Ireland at the beginning of the 1900s.

How do you get your hands on this Exclusive Short Story? Free?

Simply join my group of avid readers to receive your Free Short Story

The Copper Pot

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