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February 27, 2012

I submitted my second novel, Anatomy of Murder to the 'Page 69 Test', and this was the result...

From page 69:

“...confess it likely that if Mr Palmer had not called, had the note arrived from Mr Pither without introduction, I should probably have found myself in that ou...

June 6, 2011

Second Battle of the Virginia Capes (Battle of the Chesapeake). The French line (left) and British line (right) do battle.

Painted by V. Zveg (US Navy employee)

US Navy Naval History and Heritage Command: Photo #: NH 73927-KN URL: http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/image...

June 5, 2009

This article was written by Toby Clements, for the Telegraph.


One of the shortest books never written is “My Struggle” by Martin Amis. It would be only a few paragraphs long – just a salty descriptio...

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New Crowther and Westerman Novellas - The Devil’s Triptych

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© Imogen Robertson 2020

Imogen Robertson is the acclaimed author of the Crowther and Westerman series, which includes Instruments of Darkness, Anatomy of Murder, Island of Bones, Circle of Shadows, and Theft of Life. Her most recent novel is the international best seller, The Paris Winter.