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‘This is splendidly written fare from the reliable Poulson, written with keen psychological insight.’ [Invisible]

- CRIMETIME

Snow-bound in real life (and book bargains)

This was the view from our landing window last week after the arrival of the Beast from the East. The snow has all gone now, thank goodness. Although it was so beautiful – what fabulous icicles – it was also very inconvenient. I didn’t get my car out for a week and like many other people I had to cancel a lot of plans. I know, I know, if I lived in Canada or Russia or Finland, I’d think nothing of it. But I don’t live in any of those places and several winters can go by without this kind of snowfall and bitter cold.

One or two friends pointed out that things could have been worst and that at least I wasn’t stranded in Antarctica like the main character in Cold, Cold Heart. Which leads me on to a bit of PR and a couple of bargains. The e-book of Cold, Cold Heart has been reduced for a limited period to £4.19. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cold-Heart-Snowbound-stone-cold-killer/…/1782642161.

And Deep Water, the first in series, is a snip at £1.19 ($1.49 in the US), also for a limited period. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Deep-Water-Christine-Poulson/dp/1782642145

 

4 Comments

  1. Margot Kinberg
    March 9, 2018

    Glad you’re safe, Christine, even if you were snowed in. What a storm! Thanks for the news about your books.

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    • Christine Poulson
      March 9, 2018

      Thanks, Margot. In fact it wasn’t too bad. We had enough food and I had plenty to read. I even caught up with some boring paperwork. Longing for spring now . . .

      Reply
  2. moira@clothesinbooks
    March 10, 2018

    I got semi-stranded in London one night after a theatre trip! Luckily my lovely daughter gave me a bed for the night, and we were able to fit in a nice breakfast out before I got a train home… the system was slowing down by that time, and once I got back home I stayed there till the thaw came. But I do love a snowday, it is so rare and so short, I am prepared to cancel everything and enjoy.

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    • Christine Poulson
      March 13, 2018

      Yes, I know what you mean. I enjoy it for a day or two – it’s so beautiful. But more than that and it gets annoying where we live. This time I didn’t get my car out for a week and there was also a train strike one day!

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