I haven’t talked to many people in real life throughout lockdown and I’m feeling a little bit wary of doing so. There are so many variations to the Covid virus and nobody seems to know much about its long term effects. How can they when it’s all so new? Many other people on zoom, twitter and elsewhere have mentioned they feel that it’s going to be a shock to find we can yak on in real time to real people when the shutters are flung open. No editing, no retracting, and having to make it up as we go along? Good heavens! Whatever next! We’re all improvisors again.

The upshot is that Wolfy O’Hare of BBC Radio Kingston will be asking me a few questions about my next book, second in the Rodric Chandler trilogy, THE DAY OF THE SERPENT. I hope there’ll be nothing too difficult, Wolfy!

Look out on twitter @nunsleuth to find out when it’s being broadcast. It should be some time in August, 16th maybe, just before the hardback in the UK is released.

I wish you well and hope that the road map will hold true and get us to our destination without much doubling back. Stay safe during the end game and remember to curl up with Hildegard and Chandler as their stories continue…

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