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Robert Crouch
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Author of the Kent Fisher mysteries
Author of the Kent Fisher mysteries

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Before I Left by Daisy White - my review of this crime story with a difference #amreading #crimefiction #Kentfisher

4/5 stars. While this is a crime story, it is ultimately about the power of friendship to heal old wounds, protect those who are vulnerable, and offer hope for a new future. Description A LONG HOT SUMMER, A CITY BY THE SEA, AND A SERIAL KILLER ON THE…
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Dead Tomorrow by Peter James. My review of another stunning novel. #crimefiction #amreading

5 stars. Peter James is a hugely talented and original author at the top of his profession. Another stunning crime novel. Description The body of a missing teenager is dredged from the seabed off the Sussex coast, missing vital organs. Soon after, a…
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Dead Man's Footsteps by Peter James. My review of this exceptional crime novel. #amreading #crimefiction

5 stars. You can always rely on Peter James for an original and ingenious plot and story. Simply brilliant. Description Amid the tragic unfolding mayhem of the morning of 9/11, failed Brighton businessman and ne’er-do-well, Ronnie Wilson, sees the chance…
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No Remorse blog tour - celebrating the release of the third Kent Fisher mystery #crimefiction #Kentfisher

7th May 2018 The No Remorse Blog Tour commences on publication day. Follow the links on Spreading the Word, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and Google+ to read the reviews.
No Remorse blog tour
No Remorse blog tour
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A home from Holmes - how Sherlock Holmes and East Dean inspired No Remorse. #crimefiction #SherlockHolmes #Kentfisher

Environmental health officer turned sleuth, Kent Fisher, faces his most baffling and challenging mystery to date in No Remorse, due for release next Monday, 7th May 2018. The mystery centres on the picturesque village of East Dean. Kent’s faithful…
A home from Holmes
A home from Holmes
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Only the Dead by Malcolm Hollingdrake - my review of the first in the DCI Bennett series. #amreading #crimefiction

3 stars. I enjoy something different from the norm, and the standard of writing was high, with some terrific descriptive passages and plenty of authentic detail. Description Meet DCI Cyril Bennett, a man with a passion for manners and efficiency, as well…
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A Smuggler's trail - more of the settings that feature in No Remorse, the third Kent Fisher Mystery #crimefiction #Kentfisher

No Remorse, the third Kent Fisher Mystery, has a cryptic puzzle at its core that has Kent Fisher following in the footsteps of the old smugglers, who made their living in this beautiful part of the South Downs. Smugglers left their mark on the landscape…
A Smuggler’s trail
A Smuggler’s trail
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It starts with The End - Robservations on writing a series #crimefiction #amwriting #Kentfisher

It started before I typed ‘The End’ on the last page of No Remorse, the third Kent Fisher mystery. Typing ‘The End’ is only the beginning. The editing and revising can take longer than writing the first draft. This is where you polish to make the story…
It starts with The End.
It starts with The End.
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Belle Tout to Birling Gap and beyond - a photographic look at some of the settings in No Remorse. #Kentfisher #crimefiction

With the release of No Remorse, the third Kent Fisher Mystery, due on 7th May 2018, I thought it would be good to celebrate some of the settings and magnificent scenery that feature in the novel. These cliffs and the coastal path hold many memories for…
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From looking back to moving forward - Robservations on finding the right job #crimefiction #Kentfisher

‘You were a bright lad, but you were in the wrong job.’ Two years ago, after 39 years of service, I quit my job in environmental health to write full time. I rang Ged, who was my first manager when I started as a student Environmental Health Officer (EHO)…
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