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Ah, those were the days. Weren’t they? Reminisce with Simon Brett, author of nearly a hundred novels and innumerable radio and stage plays, and the ‘master of cosy crime’ where gripping puzzles pip graphic content.
Looking down the sepia lens, where particularity and order rule, alongside vicars, villages and well-tendered shrubs isFrances Brody, author of the Kate Shackleton mysteries, sleuth extraordinaire of the Yorkshire Dales in the 1920s, andAnn Granger author of the Cotswolds-set Campbell and Carter Mysteries and the Victorian Ben Ross and Lizzie Martinnovels.
Channelling Christie is Louise Penny who won the Agatha Award four times in a row and Ruth Ware who said she owes Christie a debt of inspiration for her debut In a Dark, Dark Wood.