The Shrouded Path Publication Day

It’s publication day for The Shrouded Path, the fourth book in my DC Childs series. The origins of this crime go back to the 1950s. Six schoolgirls walk into a railway tunnel but only five emerge. In the present day, the reverberations of the act of violence begin to be felt.

BBC Radio Derby filmed me at a couple of the locations of the book, including Ladybower Reservoir where the drowned village of Derwent stands. The village plays a key role in my narrative:

 

Thanks to readers of Crimepieces for all their support. It’s publication day for a few other friends including Martin Edwards whose book, Gallows Court, I’ll be reviewing at the weekend. In the meantime, a competition.

To celebrate publication, I’m giving away a copy of The Shrouded Path to three readers of Crimepeices. To win, you simply have to tell me one thing that sums up the 1950s for you.I wasn’t born then but my husband is a big Elvis fan and this singer represents the decade for me. Jailhouse Rock was released in 1957, the same year in which part of my book is set.

To enter the competition, simply fill in the form below. I’ll draw the winners at 6pm on Sunday the 9th September and publish their names at the bottom of this post. I’ll also be running another competition on my Facebook page which ends at the same time if you’d like to enter twice! The competition is open to everyone regardless of location.

 

 

**The competition is now closed. Congratulations to winners Kathy Durkin, Jose Ignacio and Victoria Goodbody**

 

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15 thoughts on “The Shrouded Path Publication Day

  1. Morning Sarah. Congratulations on the publication of The Shrouded Path. It popped into my kindle earlier, so I shall start it as soon as I’ve finished the book I’m reading.

  2. Congrats on pub day, Sarah! All good luck with the newie!

    I’d been meaning to write to tell you we spotted a clip of your BBC interview on their website yesterday or the day before. Fun stuff.

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