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Frances Evesham
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I write fiction and non-fiction, collect bad jokes and grandsons, drink tea. My Victorian mystery romance An Independent Woman is due out soon.
I write fiction and non-fiction, collect bad jokes and grandsons, drink tea. My Victorian mystery romance An Independent Woman is due out soon.

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Murder on the Tor is due for publication on 24 May 2016 A body on Glastonbury Tor, a sudden mist, a silent child and an old, amber necklace. Libby, haunted by her husband’s murky past and struggling with her feelings for secretive Max, battles to uncover…

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The Unique Nine-Legged Lighthouse at Burnham on Sea Nine wooden legs  The waters of the River Parrett meet the Bristol Channel at Burnham on Sea. Notoriously  dangerous, with a huge range of 40ft, the tide in the area is the second highest in the world.…

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Frances Evesham commented on a post on Blogger.
It's unkind to laugh, but honestly, how do you 'forget' there's arsenic in the meat! It was finding the Victorian issues with animals that inspired much of Danger at Thatcham Hall!

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Frances Evesham commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks for a terrific review, John. It's a big compliment from someone with such a strong backlist.

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True crime stories from 19th century England.

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A most gentlemanly Victorian murder

Hear about a duel, and you imagine glamorous Georgian gentlemen politely settling their differences. Whatever the cause, there’s no denying the romance of the idea. Since the 17th century, a fight between two men, conducted in a gentlemanly manner, was an…

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Lovely spotlight chat today, thanks Luccia Gray.

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An enticement to get away from my desk. Lovely photos.
Do you prefer a walk with a pub at the end, or a pub with a walk at the end? Here are seven #GBwalk routes where you can wet your whistle before, after, or in some cases during your adventure: http://bit.ly/1MmrbhV
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