Sunday, July 01, 2007

In Cold Daylight - more shed lit

Following my request for fiction with a sheddish slant, novelist Pauline Rowson has been in touch to tell me about her thriller novel In Cold Daylight. The reluctant hero, Adam Greene, works from his shed/studio in his garden. He's a marine artist who sets out to discover why his closest friend, fire fighter Jack Bartholomew, was killed in a fire. Adam believes he was murdered, a feeling that is confirmed when he receives a cryptic message from the dead man.You can read Pauline's interesting blog here and find out more about the book, read a chapter and buy it here.

Shed lit is obviously on the up: Shedworking's review of Mark Haddons' A Spot of Bother got a mention this week in The Bookseller magazine.

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