Life as a writer is always full of surprises. I had an unexpected email from a member of Luton Paranormal Society saying that they were about to investigate Nellie Rault’s unsolved murder case and that they had read my novel ‘Murder Now and Then.‘ My murder mystery IS fiction, although Nellie’s story, whose murder in Haynes in1919, was unsolved (Lucille Vardon in my novel) is as close to the true story as I could surmise from research in newspaper cuttings of the day.
I stress that my solution to Nellie’s murder back in 1919 in my novel and the fictional murder in 2019 are pure fiction. (of course because the latter is set in the future one hundred years on!)
If you scroll down on this link you
Nellie Rault’s grave in Haynes churchyard
will find that the Paranormal Society’s investigation has now been put back to 2018 but I’ll let you know as soon as I hear anything. How exciting!
Many thanks for the thoughtful review 🙂
The Review Author
Author – Diana Jackson
Rating – 4/5 stars
Number of Pages – 184
Publisher – Eventispress
‘The Healing Paths of Fife’ is a memoir of Diana Jackson. A travel path full of fantasy encounters. She met significant strangers while walking the coastal paths of Fife and had equally special and strange experiences and adventures. Some are spooky and some are pleasant. Every new day of Diana’s life is full of exciting adventures and with every day she understands what the time demands her to do. The Path proved to be a healing and self-discovering.
Diana Jackson was happily redundant from her lifelong teaching job. She has to relocate with her husband whose job is transferred to Fife from Bedfordshire. She met some interesting and strange people while walking and discovering her new place and settling down in her new life. She made new friends which she met by fate and…
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