Lynette Rees
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Hometown:
Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales
About Me:
I write romantic suspense novels. So far I've had four novels published: three by The Wild Rose Press and one with Samhain Publishing. I've also self published an e-book, 'Crafting the Romance Story'.

I've had many articles and stories published both online and in print publications. Some of my publications include: Ocean Magazine, Vibrant Life, Wonder Years [U.S]; Horizon Magazine, Suite 101 [Canada]; Living Now [Australia]; Writers’ Forum and Carillon Magazine [United Kingdom].

I've recently completed a new crime fiction novel, 'The Clock Strikes Twelve'.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer
Website:
http://www;lynetterees.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Peter Robinson, James Patterson, Karen Rose, Edna O'Brien, Jackie Collins etc.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Sopranos, Rescue Me, The Godfather, Damages and The Good Wife.

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What's Left Behind

I got the idea for this story after watching a real-life crime documentary about a murdered teenage girl. She set out for school one day walking through a wooded area and was never to return home again. Her body was discovered several days later, she’d been strangled. Her killer was never found,…

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Posted on March 22, 2017 at 6:01am

Watching You is now out!



My romantic suspense novel, Watching You, is now available in e-book format from The Wild Rose Press.



Upon the reading of her father’s will, Angeline Hamilton is devastated to discover that not only has she lost her inheritance, but she has lost Tarrington Manor -- her beloved family home. When a reckless decision results in her working for the new owner, Sebastian Tremaine, she finds herself hopelessly attracted to the very man… Continue

Posted on July 21, 2008 at 4:18am

Author Competitions: Are they worth it?





I've run several competitions over the past year or so offering free copies of my books both in e-format and as paperbacks, but I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth the time and effort.



In all that time, I think I've only had one 'thank you' from a winner. Now, don't get me wrong -- I don't expect anyone to be eternally grateful, but it would be nice to know… Continue

Posted on April 27, 2008 at 2:32am — 2 Comments

Inspector Lynley Mysteries



The BBC have recently started to repeat the excellent Inspector Lynley Mysteries, penned by the fabulous Elizabeth George. You can read last year's interview published in The Writer Magazine, here:





I was very surprised when I first discovered that Ms. George is an American. I would have sworn that the… Continue

Posted on March 31, 2008 at 3:07am

Top Ten Pet Hates of a Grumpy Woman



Here are some of the things that really get up my nose!



10. People who once knew me but now stick their noses in the air and walk by as if they never did!



9. Shop assistants who prefer to talk to one another whilst ignoring the customer.



8. Repeated lateness. Why is someone else's time more important than my own?



7. Mobile phones. Okay, I have one but I'm not on it all day long! And why is it when I… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2008 at 5:27am — 4 Comments

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At 4:03am on July 14, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Check out 'Inseparable' at A Twist of Noir!
At 10:45pm on April 22, 2008, HELI COP said…
Thanks, It's nice having you as a friend
At 1:57pm on April 10, 2008, Dorothy Thompson said…
Oh, Lynette! Of course I remember you! How have you been???
At 6:49pm on March 26, 2008, len howlett said…
This may seem stranger to me even than to you, but somehow 'The Sopranos' passed completely across my screen without my observing one episode. I will go by a rental place and probably view it all. I just tend to mistrust a lot of made for tv shows until they are way past and someone says, 'What is the problem with you? This is exactly the kind of stuff you like.' I didn't watch 'Miami Vice' even though I lived in the city and had to work to avoid running into it constantly. Now, I own several seasons of it and watch it when I need a good shot of humor. So, yeah, since I like wiseguys, and am one myself of another sort, it is something I will get to soon. I'm doing a piece now that has a lot of the several varieties meeting head on, Middle Eastern and more traditional varieties meeting head on, with a couple of penny ante, hustler, poseurs caught in the middle and playing way over their heads. Hey, come to think of it, that may describe me. Has someone got a mirror handy? Thanks for the comment.
Len
At 4:31am on March 21, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Just saying Hi because you're online.
Your book covers are varied and engaging.
At 1:23pm on February 28, 2008, Lawrence Kelter said…
Good to know you. Hope to hear from you often.
At 5:23am on February 19, 2008, Rhys Bowen said…
I still haven't worked out what is a comment, what is a message etc. Still basically a non-computer geek kind of person.
If you like Peter Robinson, I think you'll enjoy my books. I'm also a big fan of his.
At 2:05am on February 15, 2008, shirley dicks said…
Hello Lynette, good to meet a new friend and I hope this coming year is great for us all in the way of our writings. I like suspence books, I guess I like all books but horror, sci fi .....and I read a lot.

I'm trying to do more promotions this year and hoping to get back to speaking. Was contacted by a college in NY so I may go. It will be the first time since my youngest son was killed three years ago as we spoke out together.

But I know he'd want me to continue our work.... Promotion yourself is hard though but can't afford to have anyone else do it for me, so guess I have to get down to it and try. Books won't sell themselves sitting in my computer room....good luck with your books.... Shirley
At 9:22pm on February 6, 2008, helen black said…
Hi.
I totally agree with you about multi reading - I always have at least three books on the go.
Usually one crimie, one literary novel and one non fiction. Add to that a possible research book for the writing and maybe a book of poetry ...
My daughter is the same.
My husband and son however do one strictly at a time - maybe it's a gender thing.
HB xxx
At 6:14am on February 6, 2008, Rhys Bowen said…
My Constable Evans series comes to mind, with your last name. Welsh policeman in Snowdonia. I'd recommend Evan's Gate to begin with. That book was an Edgar nominee.

If you like your mysteries darker and meatier, then I'd recommend one of the Molly Murphy series--set in New York, 1902. The first is Murphy's Law and that sort of sets up everything. The latest hardcover is In Dublin's Fair City and the latest paperback in Oh Danny Boy.
However, if you enjoy a chuckle as well as a shiver with your mysteries then my Her Royal Spyness might be your cup of tea. It's about the British royal family in the 1930s.
Plenty of Choice.
 
 
 

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