Dying To Write

[Ebook] ➡ Dying To Write Author Judith Cutler – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • Dying To Write
  • Judith Cutler
  • English
  • 19 January 2019
  • 0749930047

About the Author: Judith Cutler

Judith Cutler was born and bred in the Midlands, and revels in using her birthplace, with its rich cultural life, as a background for her novels After a long stint as an English lecturer at a run down college of further education, Judith, a prize winning short story writer, has taught Creative Writing at Birmingham University, has run occasional writing course elsewhere from a maximum security prison to an idyltic Greek island and ministered to needy colleagues in her role as Secretary of the Crime Writers Association.


Dying To WriteSophie Rivers Is Attending A Writing Course When A Fellow Student Is Found Dead Although Glamorous, Nyree Hadn T Done A Lot To Endear Herself To Sophie, Nevertheless She Didn T Deserve To Meet Such A Squalid End A Course Tutor Then Goes Missing And It Is Clear That One Of Sophie S Fellow Students Is Responsible Perhaps The Former Convict Courtney, Or Pompous Surgeon Gimson Sophie Is Unable To Control Her Investigative Instincts, Despite The Fact That The Police Warn Her To Leave Crime Solving To The Professionals Then Sophie Herself Becomes A Victim

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10 thoughts on “Dying To Write

  1. Damaskcat says:

    This is the second book in the Sophie Rivers mystery series Sophie, a college lecturer, has won a prize of a creative writing course The course is being held at a mansion just outside Birmingham and it seems to be jinxed from the start when one of the tutors is ill and one of the students is co opted to take his place Sophie realises very quickly that the people attending the course are a very ill assorted group ranging from elderly to relatively young and from all walks of life It is cle This is the second book in the Sophie Rivers mystery series Sophie, a college lecturer, has won a prize of a creative writing course The course is being held at a mansion just outside Birmingham and it seems to be jinxed from the start when one of the tutors is ill and one of the students is co opted to take his place Sophie realises very quickly that the people attending the course are a very ill assorted group ranging from elderly to relatively young and from all walks of life It is clear that some of them have met in other situations and are not at all at ease with each other.When the resident nymphomaniac is found dead Sophie comes into contact with Chris Groom the investigating officer who is rather too fond of Sophie for her liking This is an exciting mystery with a satisfyingly complex plot which includes a pet rat called Sidney, a missing tutor and a very glamorous poet not to speak of some Japanese tourists who seem to very much in the wrong place at the wrong time There are some nail biting happenings at various points in the story and it is touch and go whether everyone is going to come out of it in one piece.The book kept me reading because I cared about the characters even Sidney and I wanted to find out what happened and what was behind the mayhem There are many touches of humour and Sophie is very far from being a perfect character which makes her all thelikeable