This is a proud week for me, as my fourth novel 'The Second Captive' has now been published. For fun, this week's blog post is an interview with the book's antagonist, Dominic Perdue. Find out what drives my latest sociopathic creation! http://www.maggiejamesfiction.com/blog/five-questions-for-a-fictional-sociopath
'Novels are bullshit,' somebody once told me. 'And I don't read bullshit.' My latest blog post delves into why I think he's very, very wrong. Read it here: http://www.maggiejamesfiction.com/blog/five-big-juicy-ways-novels-enrich-life
Matthew Stanyer fears the worst when he reports his parents missing. His father, Joseph Stanyer, has been struggling to cope with his wife Evie, whose dementia is rapidly worsening. When their bodies are found close to Blackwater Lake, a local beauty spot, the inquest rules the deaths as a murder-suicide. A conclusion that's supported by the note Joseph leaves for his son.