Monthly Archives: October 2014
A recent conversation with some very good friends of mine has confirmed something that I – and many others – have been aware of for a very considerable time. The UK, along with many other countries, is no longer reading.… Continue reading
Carnival of Shadows
A travelling carnival with acts of inexplicable paranormal magic and illusion appears in a small town. But when an unidentified man’s body is discovered beneath the carousel FBI agent Michal Travis is sent… Continue reading
Going through old files and different manuscripts, I found these few paragraphs that were edited out of ‘A Simple Act of Violence’. Kind of dark, but kind of interesting…
What do I mean?
I’ll tell you what I mean.
A… Continue reading
R.J. Ellory – Carnival of Shadows
“I do love a book that engages my brain as well as my emotions and that is certainly what R.J. Ellory delivers…”
It’s Kansas, 1959. A travelling carnival appears overnight in the small… Continue reading
Having just arrived at Bordeaux airport with my wife for a long weekend at the Gradignan Lire en Poche Festival, I am reminded why I love France so very much. In fact, why we both love it. Met by our… Continue reading