Monday, May 11, 2009



My Victorian mystery, Murder Most Welcome, comes out in Large Print in September this year and the Audio Adition sometime later. Even more exciting (well, it is exciting for me, anyway!) is that the follow-up, Death is the Cure, is due out at the end of this year. It continues the adventures of my Victorian sleuth, Charlotte Richmond, but can be read as a stand-alone novel.

6 comments:

Jan Jones said...

I think it's exciting too, Nicky! I'm v impatient indeed to find out what Charlotte gets up to next.

Nik said...

Well done, Nicky. Hey, I hope there's room for another Victorian sleuth or two - I've begun a tale set in that period; though I have oodles of research to do before I get much further! Well done.
Nik/Ross Morton

Margaret Muir said...

Congratualtions on having your book sold to Audio.
I wonder how many Hale authors also have audio editions of their books.
Marg

Elizabeth Hanbury said...

Nicola, congratulations on the audio and LP editions of Murder Most Welcome, and the publication of Death is the Cure. I love both titles - very intriguing!

Nicola Slade said...

Eek, that's acceptance of 'Death is the Cure', not publication yet, Elizabeth - I'm superstitious!
Thanks, folks, I'm looking forward to hearing the audiobook. The reader for my first novel, 'Scuba Dancing', was Hilary Neville, who did a brilliant job.

Plenty of room for sleuths, Nik - mine's a young widow in 1858, when is yours set?

Beverley Eikli said...

Sounds my kind of book, Nicola. And well done getting it onto audio and into Large Print.