MURDER, MYSTERY, WHODUNNIT
Twist on the traditional whodunnit mystery with a vampiric bite, a love triangle and a link to the past. Who killed an American business man in his bed with the Sabatier knife? How does this link to the 1920's, a Lady, her gardener and vampires?
Belle Marsh writes the first of the forthcoming series of Cusworth and Kaelly novels.
Belle Marsh interview.
Q What made you want to write about vampires
A I have always had a fascination with vampires for as long as I can remember. Obviously the hammer horror films have an influence, but it does not matter if it is Anne Rice, twilight or true blood. I love them all.
Q So,why did you decide to change the genre
A The principle reason was that I also love midsomer murders, Inspecter Lynley, Columbo and Agatha Christie so I wanted a modern take on the classic mystery novel
. Q What about the characters
.A. I wanted to have an element of unrequited love because that tension between the characters is really important. Theynneed each other but are always somehow in an impossible situation
.Q How did you come up with the concept of an English village.
A Just in my head. Then I drew a map and let my imagination run wild
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