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The Murder of Charles Bravo
We're delighted to announce we've acquired world English rights to Dolores Gordon-Smith's radio play "The Murder of Charles Bravo" which is based on the real life unsolved murder mystery of British lawyer Charles Bravo in 1876.
The case is still sensational, notorious and unresolved though Dolores does include a possible solution as to who was responsible for the poisoning of Bravo with antimony. "The Murder of Charles Bravo" will be published this autumn.
A former head teacher, community support worker and specialist foster carer who has lived in Haringey, North London for pretty much all of my 47 years....
Yorkshire born and bred, and ancestors who were mariners of Whitby in the 18th and 19th Centuries, which have been the inspiration of all my books
Melvyn Barnes has spent the whole of his career in public libraries. He began as a school leaver in Kent, then occupied posts of increasing seniority in Hertfordshire, Manchester, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Ipswich...
Because Charlie Cochrane couldn't be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice—like managing a rugby team—she writes. Her mystery novels include the Edwardian era Cambridge Fellows series, and the contemporary Lindenshaw Mysteries.
Fancis Durbridge (1912-1998) was the twentieth century's foremost writer of thrillers for radio and television. His radio serials are still broadcast today, and his novels and stage plays remain popular worldwide...
Dolores Gordon-Smith is the author of the Jack Haldean murder mystery series set in 1920’s England, the Dr. Anthony Brooke WW1 spy stories, and the introduction to the classic crime novel, The Ponson Case, for HarperCollins...