Thursday, March 19, 2020

NEW BOOK ON THE BLOCK FROM SCRIPTORA - DAVID MATTHEWS' THE OXFORD TRINITY

SWWJ Member David Matthews - Cheshunt, Herts

We are facing challenging times and minute-by-minute scary health stories, so many of our SWWJ members are busy settling down with piles of book to review (and write)!




The latest title from Scriptora - the assisted publishing imprint from SWWJ - is from David Matthews, one of our newer members living in Hertfordshire.  Entitled The Oxford Trinity, David has set his latest intriguing crime novel in Margaret Thatcher's Britain circa 1986.  Within, we pick up his story of a gifted young barrister who is found murdered in London's Temple Gardens and DCI Joe Loxley and his detectives give readers a run for their money in Iffley Road athletics track Oxford, linked to the closeted world of Inns of Court in the City of London during that energetic and frenetic time. 

This is David's third book which is already receiving good reviews to add to his previous achievements and this new creation looks set to be a successful hat-trick.  

swwj.co.uk/scriptora  




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