Thanks to Sam Britton for reviewing my book A Blues Session in Wisconsin on his radio show this pm. Catch Sam on the 3-5pm Home Run each day this week. Hfm 102.3fm
Here’s an interview in RnR Magazine. (Use the link to purchase a copy)
And now, some news about an oldie ….
Peggy Pinch Policeman’s Wife was in the bookshops several – no, many – years ago so it’s nice to see it in a cookbook. The recipe that goes with the page was chosen because it suits the story, the say!
“Peggy Pinch Policeman’s Wife is the first of three detective novels set in 1920s rural England. Peggy has to negotiate a turbulent marriage to the village constable Arthur Pinch and overcome many of the prejudices of her time. With the help of her best friend, a retired school ma’am, Peggy demonstrates a talent for solving murder cases while PC Pinch and his male colleagues are often left puzzled. Throughout, the books show a humorous and tongue in cheek view of village life in times gone by” says the Eats Reads and Dream Cookbook
“One of the most British foods”
“The books show a humorous and tongue in cheek view of village life in times gone by”