Sunday, 6 September 2015

The New Cambridge Mysteries

Now published by Ostara’s Cambridge Crime imprint: The New Cambridge Mysteries by the award-winning Barbara Cleverly

From the CWA Historical Dagger winning author Barbara Cleverly, a collection of short stories of criminal activity in and around Cambridge in three distinct time frames representing Cambridge past, present and future.

Featuring World War I veteran turned policeman Detective Inspector Redfyre in 1922, the feisty and very contemporary Detective Constable Stella Kenton and, in a dystopian Cambridge future, Tom – a 65- year-old veteran of the Iraq war who has his own way of dealing with law and order in the year 2022.

Six Cambridge mysteries from Barbra Cleverly, the award-winning author of The Damascened Blade.

Barbara Cleverly was born in the north of England and graduated from the University of Durham but has spent most of her working life in Suffolk and Cambridge. Her first novel, The Last Kashmiri, was commissioned after submitting an outline in a competition for new writers organised by the Crime Writers’ Association and published to great acclaim in 2001, introducing her detective hero Joe Sandilands. Her third Sandilands novel, The Damascened Blade won the Ellis Peters ‘Historical Dagger’ award in 2004.

The New Cambridge Mysteries is published by Ostara Publishing under their Cambridge Crime imprint and is available as a trade paperback and eBook.

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