Christmas Round Up: Helen Slavin

It’s December 1st, which means Christmas is just around the corner. To help kick off the festive season, we thought we’d have Helen Slavin, author of The Witch Ways Series, share her favourite Christmas reads.

 



Q&A: Helen Slavin’s The Stopping Place

Bestselling author of Mr Make Believe and Keeping My Sisters’ Secrets Beezy Marsh sits down with Helen Slavin to discuss the release of Slavin’s slow burning thriller, The Stopping Place,

 



Out Now: Head of a Traveller

Ipso Books is excited to announce that Nicholas Blake’s magnetic thriller Head of a Traveller. Following the charismatic Nigel Strangeways as he struggles to solve a baffling mystery, this novel marks Ipso Books’ seventh publication of Blake’s, released on November 23rd

 



Margery Allingham: Where to start?

Queen of crime Margery Allingham’s oeuvre can seem intimidating to a beginner, so we’ve put together a handy guide.

 



Out Now: The Rich Detective

Ipso Books is excited to announce that The Rich Detective by H. R. F. Keating is out now.

 



Out Now: The Stopping Place

Ipso Books is excited to announce that The Stopping Place by Helen Slavin is out now.

 



Writing Tips: Checklist for New Writers

Writing is a process, and the hardest part is sitting down and putting in the graft. Below are ten easy steps to help guide you through the initial writing process, so that when you sit down to write you hopefully won’t be left staring at a blank screen.

 



Out Now: Minute for Murder

Ipso Books is excited to announce that Minute for Murder has just been released. Published on October 19th, this novel marks the 8th installment in the Nigel Strangeways series by Nicholas Blake.

 



Author Picks: Mavis Cheek’s Halloween Reads

With a week and a half left until Halloween, we’ve asked Mavis Cheek, author of Parlour Games, for her favourite spooky reads to suit the season.

 



Out Now: The Devil and Her Son

The Devil and Her Son

We are thrilled to announce that July 11th saw the release of The Devil and Her Son, the third of the ‘lost’ Margery Allingham novels written under her thriller pseudonym, Maxwell March. Margery Allingham, queen of golden age crime, is revered for her detective mysteries involving traditional British sleuth, Albert Campion. But there’s another side to […]