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Owl at Midnight a story of Gwenllian, the lost Princess of Wales by Patricia Lennan . Thursday, 16th November 2017, on the promenade at Llandudno, North Wales, and the first time that author, Patricia Lennan, holds in her hand a copy of her historical novel, Owl at Midnight – a story of Gwenllian, the lost […]

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Emma Simon in Money Marketing:   ‘The crime thriller where no-one gets caught? ‘There is a saying that truth is hard to tell, sometimes it needs fiction to make it plausible.  Last week saw the publication of a detective novel – written by one of the journalists who founded this magazine no less – which is […]

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Shining a Light

‘Dead Money’ featured in the Leamington Courier on 7th Dec.

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Hear Teresa Hunter, author of ‘DEAD MONEY’ on BBC Radio Scotland go to http://bbc.co.uk/programme/b0074hh3/presenters/fred-macaulay this will take you to the page for the show ‘Macaulay & Co’. Select and click on ‘Episodes’ Select 04/12/12 Tersa’s interview with Fred Macaulay starts 52mins 40secs into the programme Teresa’s book ‘DEAD MONEY’ is mentioned at the start and […]

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‘DEAD MONEY’ by Teresa Hunter ISBN 978-0-9565359-7-9 £7.99 plus p&p from www.LittleKnollBookshop.co.uk Teresa Hunter explains:  “You are always told to write what you know, so it was inevitable I would begin my story in the world of finance, which is what I know most. But the story stretches way beyond these confines, and explores what any […]

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‘Dead Money’ by Teresa Hunter

 ‘DEAD MONEY’  a thrilling first novel by award-winning journalist, Teresa Hunter. ISBN: 978-0-9565359-7-9 £7.99 plus p&p click on the Little Knoll Bookshop link above    Emma Simon, Daily Telegraph “A taut and fast-paced thriller set against the background of the financial crisis, where greed, corruption and the desperation of those who have lost everything provide all […]

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The Desert IrisISBN 978-0-9565359-6-2 Answer: The Desert Iris Alicia Over’s book has been selected by the Barby Book Club (Northamptonshire) as their current read.  What better place to warm the imagination during the dark days of winter than the sun drenched desert of Kuwait, where Alicia’s heroine, Annabel, finds adventure, love and tragedy! Ripples in […]

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On Saturday, 13th October, ‘The Desert Iris’ came to Waterstone’s Northampton.  Author, Alicia Over, met friends and fans, and was kept busy signing copies of her book. With autumn nights drawing in, what better way to escape than into her story of adventure, suspense and romance under the Kuwaiti sun?  The book has a serious side too, […]

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Flying to Kuwait in 1959

Alicia Over writes about what she knows in her novel ‘The Desert Iris’.  In her twenties, she kicked the trend and booked herself on a flight to Kuwait, where she hoped to find glamour and excitement in the sun. The ‘Daventry Express’ reported her departure in 1959. The tale that Alicia tells in ‘The Desert Iris’ ticks […]

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The Desert IrisISBN 978-0-9565359-6-2 The Desert Iris by Alicia Over offers romance with a spy twist – what better for a great summer read!  Little Knoll Press’ newest release leaves behind the British rain to bask in sunny Kuwait, so tuck up somewhere snug and indulge.  Alicia draws on her real life experience of Kuwait in this story […]

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