Monthly Archives: February 2016

Feature Week Starts Here!

As it’s the launch week of Jonathan Dark or The Evidence of Ghosts, I will be featured on a number of blogs, starting with StephBookBlog. Here I am talking about mudlarking

‘I’m a little bit in love with this book’

A new review is in for Jonathan Dark and it is fabulous! Liz Loves Books say lovely things including: ‘Jonathan Dark or the Evidence of Ghosts is a remarkable read in a

Companions of the Week 1

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I’m not saying I’m fickle but I change my desk friends every week. I usually have at least one figure, a book for inbetween times and a perfume to fit my writing/mood/menses.

How I Write. . .

  Last summer I wrote a story for The Pigeonhole‘s horror anthology, Scaremongrel, and was asked to write a blog post for their ‘How I Write’ series. I found, instead, that I wrote

Sunday Express Review

Great review in the Sunday Express yesterday for Jonathan Dark or The Evidence of Ghosts: “AK Benedict is snapping at the heels of Ben Aaronovitch as one of the new stars

Encounter with The Night Manager

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Last Friday I went to a preview screening of The Night Manager starring Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie, Olivia Coleman and Tom Hollander. Here is what I made of it. .

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Early review for ‘Jonathan Dark’

Reviews are beginning to appear for Jonathan Dark or The Evidence of Ghosts, including this lovely one from Dad.info: ‘When Benedict’s debut novel The Beauty of Murder was released in

The Night Manager

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My Fridays are usually spent chasing words, confronting admin and wondering why it isn’t wine time yet, but last week I was the lucky plus one of blogger royale Crime Thriller Girl for

‘The Victorian Age’ Trailer

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  The trailer for The Victorian Age has been released and I love it. Rowena Cooper makes the most mighty and glorious Queen Victoria and John Barrowman (check out the