Crow Court is a novel of short-stories set in Wimborne Minster in the 19th Century Crow Court is a novel of short-stories set in Wimborne Minster in the 19th Century

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Recent published articles and Crow Court related events are listed below in chronological order with the most recent (or upcoming) events at the top.

June 2022

29th June
CWA Dagger Awards Dinner
Crow Court has been nominated for the Historical Dagger Award. Winners will be announced at the awards dinner.

9th June
Review of Valérie Perrin's Three
A review of the popular French author's most recent novel, Three, in Litro Magazine.

May 2022

19th to 22nd May
35e Festival Du Premier Roman De Chambéry
Appeared at the 'first novels' festival in Chambéry, France. Crow Court was named "Best British Novel" at the festival of first novels.

March 2022

26th March
We all love a little Dorset Dialect...
Article on Crow Court and Dorset dialect in the Dorset and Bournemouth Echo weekend supplement.

11th March
End of Blog Tour from Random Things Tours.

7th March
Farnham Literary Festival 2022
Nammet, Crammet and Supper: The Deep History of Dorset Dialect in Crow Court
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Free
Farnham Museum - Tickets from the festival website. Come along!

February 2022

28th February
Crow Court starts on a Random Things Blog Tour.
First stop: Zoe's Book Nook.

18th February
Crow Court as Crime
Short article on how and why Crow Court defies the conventions of crime fiction so radically.
Article in Crime Time.

11th February
Crow Court in Writing Magazine
Article on writing for yourself and the value of persistence.
Writing Magazine.

10th February
Crow Court is a Daily Mail "Must Read."
Jane Shilling names Crow Court a 'must-read' paperback.

8th February
Crow Court is a Times Crime Club "paperback of the week."
Crow Court is paperback of the week in The Times Crime Club.

2nd February
Crow Court article in the February 2022 issue of the Blackmore Vale magazine.