Australian author, Brian Kavanagh, brings new excitement into the world of cozy mysteries. With crimes linked to historical items and events: a spirited young Australian sleuth and her flamboyant English partner, the series adds suspense, humour, to action packed resolutions. BELINDA LAWRENCE MYSTERY SERIES. AMAZON:…
I can't believe it has been so long since I posted, but life took over and I have been busy living. Also I have new editions of my Belinda Lawrence mystery series and am currently writing book six. So I hope to talk more regularly with you. Meanwhile, my web page has details of what I have been up to with my books. Take a look, and a Happy 2015 to all. Cheers, Brian http://beekayvic.tripod.com…
I’m thrilled with the reaction to A CANTERBURY CRIME. ‘The story is totally unpredictable and never loses the reader's rapt attention. Brenda and Hazel are witty, irksome, sharp, and pleasure-loving characters who are the perfect detectives, barely managing to elude disaster by the most dire, unsavory criminals imaginable!’ More splendid reviews on this link,…
The Manic Readers Group very kindly interviewed me, prior to the launch on 21st October of my fourth
Belinda Lawrence mystery, A CANTERBURY CRIME. I am very grateful to them.
Interview on Manic Readers. Brian Kavanagh, author of Belinda Lawrence mysteries. http://tinyurl.com/ygmp7yc http://beekayvic.tripod.com… Continue
Book four in the Belinda Lawrence mystery series, A CANTERBURY CRIME.
Belinda & Hazel visit Canterbury for Christmas and discover a crime that has its origins in a murder in the year 1170.
From BeWrite Books http://beekayvic.tripod.com
The Embroidered Corpse. Jeannie Blethen-Rigod rated it: 5 of 5 stars This book was outstanding. The storyline, the characters, dialogue, and actually teaching me about the famous Bayeux Tapestry. My only complaint is that the book was too short. Soon I'll head over to the 3rd in the series. Jeannie Blethen-Rigod Apr 18,2010 GoodReads.com http://tinyurl.com/24dgqtw…
Ever wondered what the settings in the book you're reading really look like? Take the opportunity to explore the locations used in CAPABLE OF MURDER, book one in Belinda Lawrence mysteries.
Midford, Somerset (Milford) The village of Milford where Belinda Lawrence inherited her cottage and found her aunt dead at the foot of the stairs. Explore the village and countryside. http://tinyurl.com/ylgyc2z
The ancient walled city of Canterbury has held many secrets over the centuries but none more mysterious than the death of Professor de Gray.
Called in to evaluate the contents of his Tudor Manor House, Belinda and Hazel are confronted with a number of suspects who would benefit from the book the Professor was about to publish; a book he promised would re-write the history of St Thomas Becket who was murdered in the Cathedral in 1170.
The unfriendly secretary Miss Mowbray, the live… Continue
'Bloody Ham offers an entertaining combination of an old-fashioned whodunit with characters who are fun to meet. It seems everyone on the film set has something to hide and the side threads are as entertaining as the main, twist-filled plot. In short, the book is delightful and recommended to fans of cosies and traditional mysteries'
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To celebrate the forthcoming publication of A CANTERBURY CRIME, the exciting new Belinda Lawrence mystery, the fourth book in the series, I have a give-away eBook for KINDLE of CAPABLE OF MURDER, the first book in the series. To enter sign the Guest Book with your details at http://belindalawrence.webs.com/
Closes on Sunday 20th June and the first name drawn from the hat is the winner.…
For Australian readers: from BORDERS, Belinda Lawrence mysteries.
'The killer's motive for murder is not the normal quest for money or
power, but something more down to earth' Reviewed by Christine I