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Saturday, 28 November 2015


Visit Inspector Sheehan's Weekly Notebook on his Facebook page.  Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/inspectorsheehan

Each week the Inspector offers a short account of a bizarre, brilliant, weird, or egregiously stupid crime. These reports are interesting little vignettes that take only a few minutes to read. To date the Inspector has written about the following 6 crimes:

1. The Facebook Idiot

2. The Perfect Crime

3. Bragging Criminal; Stupid police

4. Caught...by his own ego.

5. The 'Mona Lisa of Pearls' Robbery

6. Simple Ruse Nets Robber 300 Million Yen

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

NOTE: These two Crimson Shorts (as well as my other books) can be purchased at a knock down price from Smashwords until 2nd January. You will need a Crimson Cloak code. Get that at this link: http://www.crimsoncloakpublishing.com/offers-and-coupons.html

[A Crimson Short]

[A Crimson Short]

Friday, 6 November 2015

Another Award.

I just received an email yesterday giving me the heads-up that in the forthcoming publication of competition results of the Summer 2015 New Apple Awards for Literary Excellence, Fallen Men will receive top Medalist Honours in the General Fiction category. It also won an IDB award in 2013. and will be published by Crimson cloak in the New Year.

Couple that with another couple of awards won this year and I would have to profess myself pleased.

The Miracle Ship won first place in the Religion Non-Fiction category of the New Apple 2015 Awards for excellence in independent writing. The Doom Murders has also won the New Apple Award for mystery fiction, a Bronze medal for Mystery fiction from Readers Favourite and an IDB award a year or so ago.