Meet Robert Thorogood. He is an English screenwriter and novelist. Also he is the creator of the BBC One murder mystery series Death in Paradise. He won France Film's "En Route to France" award in 2012.
Thorogood is the author of THE MARLOW MURDER CLUB, a brand new murder mystery series set in Marlow in Buckinghamshire.
He also has written four standalone Richard Poole murder mystery novels.
If you'd like to get in touch, you can find him on Twitter at @robthor.
If you are a mystery buff then you probably like Agatha Christie. If so, I know you will enjoy reading Robert Thorogood's The Marlow Murder Club.
Meet Judith: a seventy-seven-year-old whiskey drinking, crossword puzzle author living her best life in a dilapidated mansion on the outskirts of Marlow.
Nothing ever happens in Marlow. That is, until Judith hears her neighbor shot while skinny-dipping in the Thames. The local police don't believe her story. It's an open and shut case, of course. Ha! Stefan can't be left for dead like that.
Judith investigates and picks up a crew of sidekicks: Suzie the dogwalker and Becks the vicar's wife. Together, they are the Marlow Murder Club.
When another body turns up, they realize they have a real-life serial killer on their hands. And the puzzle they set out to solve has become a trap from which they might never escape...
Robert Thorogood, has turned the Christie-mystery on its head with this ever-so-sly cozy perfect for readers who love Richard Osmond's Thursday Murder Club and An Elderly Lady is Up to No Good.