Wednesday, 18 April 2018

West Yorkshire Published - Chris Turnbull

This week I am celebrating West Yorkshire with authors from the area and also their books that have a Yorkshire theme.

Today I am delighted to introduce Chris Turnbull, top selling author from Bradford.

Chris tell us little about the book, Whitby’s Darkest Secret.

Whitby's Darkest Secret is a crime story with a difference.
Set in Whitby, February 1900, the story is set from the perspective of both the murderer and the lady he targets.

Set 3 years after the release of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' (which has connections to Whitby) our murderer carries a first addition with him and idolize the main character.
Can Detective Matthews draw him out of the shadows before it's too late?

What inspired you to set the story in Yorkshire

Whitby's Darkest Secret came about purely for the reason that as a Yorkshire man myself, Whitby is one of my favourite places to be. I wanted to set a story there.

A few words about yourself, in particular about living in Yorkshire

Chris Turnbull was born in Bradford, and lived most of his life in Leeds. He has written since being young and in 2015 released his first book 'The Vintage Coat', a WW2 inspired story.
Chris now resides in York with his husband and Jack Russell terrier, Olly. 

You can find Chris at the following...

Thank you Chris and thank you, dear friend, for stopping by. Please call back again tomorrow to meet another amazing author. Until then, have a fabulous day and I hope the sun is shining on your face and in your heart.


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