‘Unsolved Case of Body in Wilstead Woods’ ~ Beds on Sunday Reporter writes …

I’m celebrating being featured in the Beds on Sunday local newspaper! Great article and I do appreciate their time, especially the photographer who was very patient with me, taking shots in various poses in The Swan Hotel, Bedford – in the library of course, in the lobby, up the staircase and out the back. The week had been a bit stressful and I had not had much sleep,  thus the photo in the paper is a bit severe – perhaps they wanted me to look serious and a bit frightening – spooky lighting maybe:

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Beds on Sunday Feature

Their online version photo is much more flattering (when you are not too photogenic you can’t help being a bit over sensitive – hubby says ‘Don’t worry – You look fine in real life’ – charming!)

http://www.bedfordshire-news.co.uk/8203-Unsolved-case-body-Wilstead-woods-inspires/story-27472102-detail/story.html

What is all the fuss about. Well, if you have an hour or so to spare next Monday at 2 pm I will be at The Swan Hotel giving a talk ‘Murder in the Library‘ followed by cake and tea and a chance to have a chat and sign a few copies of ‘Murder, Now and Then‘. A very English happening in a charming English hotel. What are you waiting for? Here are the details:

Swan Murder Flyer

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