Genre: Mystery

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Cornish Writers

Kiera Smitheram

Kiera was born and raised on the north coast of Cornwall, and much of her writing is inspired by the rugged caves and Atlantic breezes of her childhood. 

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Philip S Rollason

Beats of a modern Jazz solo, somehow finding a scattered rhythm, the edges of blades cutting into the earth. Starting out of sequence, the order somehow switching back on itself, finding its beginning, and, as the thud thud thud chopped about the trees, the three of them cut down through roots and earth, heaping nature’s spoils to the side.

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Cornish Writers

Stephen Baird

Stephen Baird is a YA author living in Cornwall, immersed in fantasy historical adventure and loving it!

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Ross James

Ross James grew up on the north Cornish coast and now lives in the Falkland Islands with his wife and children. Obsessed by the sea and the things that live in it, his first book, ‘111 Days – Tales of a Fisheries Observer’, is a firsthand account of life on a trawler.

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Claudia Loveland

Claudia Loveland writes short stories, in various shapes and formats. Her Cornish stories are set within the last century and explore the experiences of newcomers and returners: those who want to lose their history or redesign their future. Some might not want to be here at all.
She loves surprises and humour, though heartbreak often threatens.

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Frenchman’s Creek by Daphne Du Maurier

Daphne Du Maurier’s Frenchman’s Creek was first published in 1941. Set in Cornwall during the reign of Charles II, Frenchman’s Creek tells the story of

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Terry Lander

Terry Lander is a British author, best known for his novels Banned and Alf & Mabel. He started writing in 2005 and has explored a

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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier sold nearly 3 million copies between its publication in 1938 and 1965. Adapted into an award winning film by Alfred Hitchcock.

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Joshua Copus – Oxland

Joshua Copus – Oxland has a keen eye for fantasy, particularly dragons, and hopes to write about a world populated with them some day.

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Cornish Writers

David Coad

Life and all its ups and downs allow me to express in a creative way all that I find in both a therapeutic and invigorating way, and all I hope to do is inspire and touch souls.

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