Omnimystery news asks Kate a few questions about her writing and her new novel.
The first event in Ludlow Fringe’s Literary Week will be ‘An Audience with Kate Charles’, at Ludlow Library on 21 June at 14.30. Tickets are now available.
The public will have its first opportunity to buy Kate’s new novel, False Tongues, at the Castle Bookshop in Ludlow’s Market Square on Saturday 30 May, 11 - 1. Copies of the re-issues of A Drink of Deadly Wine and The Snares of Death will also be available.
An interesting question was posed: to what extent does page 69 of False Tongues reflect the novel as a whole?
In late April, Kate attended the memorial service for PD James. US blog Femmes Fatale asked her to share her experience with their readers.
Kristopher Zgorski posts a very perceptive and positive review of False Tongues.
Many crime fiction readers, over the years, have been influenced by Josephine Tey’s remarkable The Daughter of Time, a novel about the character and reputation of Richard III. Kate shares her own Ricardian journey with Deborah Crombie and Jungle Red Writers.