Her physical wounds healed long ago, yet she is still emotionally scarred from that terrifying ordeal. In The Witness in Black,” the reader embarks on a journey that bridges the chasm between the mystery novel “Margot” and the soon to be published “The Warburton Proxy.” In “Margot,” a host of intriguing characters emerge in a historically accurate storyline that unfolds in iconic English places like: The Parish of Chorleywood and the historic University town of Oxford. The plot matures in the City of London and then sojourns to Canna, an island in the Inner Hebrides off the West Coast of Scotland. It climaxes in London’s West End with its night clubs, Theatre district and erotic fringes. In The Witness in Black our heroine is plagued by nightmares and routinely welcomes sunrises over the London cityscape. As she awaits her turn at British justice her life becomes a charade. Meanwhile she conceals her persona behind French tortoiseshell sunglasses to avoid notoriety amongst prurient observers and the avowed vengeance of her nemesis Connie Riordan. It is the perfect introduction to The Warburton Proxy the third installment of the Margot Penfield Mystery series.
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- The Tate presents it’s first exhibition dedicated to Queer British art……London : Featuring works from 1861–1967 relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) identities, the show marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England. Queer British Art explores how artists expressed themselves in … Continue reading →
- The Tate presents it’s first exhibition dedicated to Queer British art……