I’m the author of five mysteries featuring Roman Army medic and reluctant sleuth, Gaius Petreius Ruso. In his latest adventure, SEMPER FIDELIS (published early 2013), he and his British partner Tilla fall foul of the local centurion while trying to avoid all the hullabaloo of Hadrian’s visit to Britannia.
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I have to admit that poetry makes me nervous. I approach it with caution, afraid of revealing yet again that I just haven’t got what it takes to appreciate this sort of thing. But when Caroline Davies passed some of her poems about the Malta convoys around our writers’ group,…
This weekend I’ll be talking to Caroline Davies, author of CONVOY, a new collection of poems telling the stories of the men who fought to get supplies through to Malta during the Second World War, and of their families back home. With luck we’ll have a couple of the poems…
I’ve been saving this one for now because it wouldn’t do to post two exhibitions at once, even though we did rush from one to the other on the same day. The British Library isn’t far from the British Museum, so we hurried up there to have a look at…