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Jo Liddiard reviews A Death at Fountains Abbey

Posted on: 18/08/2016 with tags: A death at fountains abbey, antonia hodgson, Book review, historical crime, historical fiction, The Devil in the Marshalsea, Georgian

I’ve been a huge fan of Antonia’s since I was spellbound by THE DEVIL IN THE MARSHALSEA, and so to see Thomas Hawkins and his various associates back for a third time is a real treat for me. Not least because this novel sees them transported away from the grimy, crime-riddled streets, gambling dens and chop houses of London to supposedly more gentile Yorkshire and Studley Hall and Fountains Abbey. What this book, as with THE DEVIL IN THE MARSHALSEA and THE LAST CONFESSION OF THOMAS HAWKINS, does…

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Antonia Hodgson on her title The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins

Posted on: 10/10/2014 with tags: antonia hodgson, eighteenth century, historical crime, historical fiction, London, The Devil in the Marshalsea, the last confession of thomas hawkins, title reveal, Tom Hawkins, Medieval

One of the highlights of this year has been the publication of THE DEVIL IN THE MARSHALSEA by Antonia Hodgson. The hardcover garnered brilliant reviews in the press, from bloggers and fellow authors and Antonia won the Historical Dagger Award and has been shortlisted for the John Creasey Dagger for Best Debut Crime Novel of 2014. The paperback has been selected for both the Richard and Judy and Waterstones Book Clubs.  Antonia has been hard at work on her second historical crime novel to feature…

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Antonia Hodgson interviews S D Sykes

Posted on: 25/09/2014 with tags: antonia hodgson, author blog, author interview, ben hur, Black Death, debut author, historical crime, historical fiction, historical novel, medieval england, plague, plague land, s d sykes, The Devil in the Marshalsea

To celebrate the publication of PLAGUE LAND, the debut historical crime novel by S D Sykes, today we are publishing an exclusive interview between her and one of our other brilliant historical novelists, Antonia Hodgson. In the interview these two writers discuss historical inspirations, what it’s like to write a debut novel, research, favourite historical novels and much more! PLAGUE LAND really captures the atmosphere of a world turned upside down. What first drew you into this world and…

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S D Sykes interviews Antonia Hodgson

Posted on: 23/09/2014 with tags: antonia hodgson, author blog, author interview, crime fiction, debut author, debut novel, English History, georgian england, historical crime, historical fiction, historical novel, plague land, s d sykes, the black death, The Devil in the Marshalsea, the plague

We’ve written (and tweeted) a lot about how much we love the fact that all our brilliant authors get along, read each others novels, support each other at events and online. A few months ago, wonderful debut novelists Martine Bailey and Rebecca Mascull interviewed each other for our blog, and now it’s the turn of S D Sykes and Antonia Hodgson, two more talented debut historical crime novelists we are thrilled to publish at Hodder. This week sees the publication of PLAGUE LAND, S D Sy…

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