The novel is the first in a series of four, all to be set in towns and villages along the Thames.
Find Riverside Lane in the local library, at Waterstones Windsor or on line. And if the book is chosen by any local book clubs, the authors (who are both local) are happy to come along and talk about their novel.
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Ginger Black is the pen name for writing partnership Julia Thum & Gaynor Pengelly whose novel Riverside Lane - a village mystery set in Bray - is available at Story in Bray or through the author's Facebook...
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