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8 October 2011
Julius Falconer, from Monk Fryston, has written his 14th crime novel, A Figure in the Mist.
Putting pen to paper!
Selby Times feature
As MONK Fryston Hall is the setting for a double murder in a book by the village’s resident crime writer Julius Falconer.
Readers will recognise descriptions of the 12th century manor house in his most recent 180-page novel, A Figure in the Mist.
Set in present day, Julius’s 14th novel tells the tale of amateur detective Tobias Walden who tries to find out the truth about his mother’s death.
“Unlike other writers including Agatha Christie, I allow the reader the same information as the detective so those reading are given the chance to solve the crime themselves,” he said.
He explained that in many of his novels, even he isn’t sure who carried out the crime until more than half way through the story.
Read full feature on Selby Times Site.
Find out about Julius Falconer’s latest novel and other books here.
Thriller / suspense
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