With the publication of the latest novel in the Janie Juke series – A Notable Omission – we find Janie in the spring of 1970 exploring her new-found skills as an amateur sleuth. Once again she has local reporter, Libby Frobisher, by her side. Here’s a reminder of the story… Spring 1970. Sussex University isContinue reading “Janie joins the seventies!”
To celebrate the publication of a brand new novel in the Janie Juke Crime Mystery series (coming very soon!), the current series is available at a discounted price from now – right up until Christmas Eve! What’s more the series has some snappy new covers! And, as if that’s not enough fun for a pre-ChristmasContinue reading “Brand new!”
On 29th August 2018 BBC News reported that some of the child migrants who were sent to Australia from the UK are planning to sue the UK Government. The article explains… Between 1945-70, some 4,000 children were separated from their families and sent to Australia and Zimbabwe. The Independent Inquiry Into Child Sex Abuse (IICSA) consideredContinue reading “A promise of a better life”
Even though we are all sweltering in the middle of a heatwave, it felt like Christmas today when all these lovely things turned up!
It’s fair to say, that there’s cause for celebration back here at Janie Juke HQ! The Invisible Case – the third book in the Sussex Crime mystery series – will be available from this Saturday, 30 June. As well, as this new novel, brand new editions of the first two books in the series haveContinue reading “Celebrating mysteries!”
Heartbreaking tragedy or cold-blooded murder… It’s Easter 1970 in the seaside town of Tamarisk Bay. Amateur sleuth and professional librarian, Janie Juke, is settling into motherhood and some quality time with her family. When her Aunt Jessica is due back from Rome after nine years travelling around Europe, she arrives back in town with aContinue reading “The Invisible Case”
The second book in the Janie Juke mystery series (Lost Property) introduces Janie’s aunt, Jessica. Jessica has been travelling around Europe for a few years and is now planning to return to Tamarisk Bay. In the third book of the series we hear much more about Jessica and her mysterious Italian friend, Luigi. As I’veContinue reading “Italian memories”