Come and join Alan for his second adventure!
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
On January 20th we had a great crowdfunding launch celebration for Alan Cadbury’s second adventure. We held it in Ely, the capital city of the peat, or Black Fens, dominated by that most stunning of all buildings, the magnificent Cathedral – known to generations of Fen people as the Ship of the Fens. Whenever I catch a train at March station I try to leave town on my homeward journey by heading southwards…
Dark Evil In The Black Fens - The Second Alan Cadbury Novel
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
What could be more gorgeous than Ely Cathedral in all its stunning Norman majesty? But this fabulous building, known to Fenmen as The Ship of the Fens, has recently been revealed to have concealed some dark secrets, both in the days of its founder, St Etheldreda, and today, in the 21st Century. My second book featuring the archaeologist and amateur sleuth Alan Cadbury, The Way, The Truth and The…
RAVE review of The Lifers' Club
Monday, 8 September 2014
I've been subscribing to the popular magazine Current Archaeology since it first appeared, in March 1967. That was the year of the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. It was also the year I graduated from university and got a job in Truman's Brewery, Brick Lane, London. But I still subscribed to Current Archaeology, so my interest in the subject hadn't died merely because I was physically…
An interview with Liz Garner
Friday, 25 July 2014
Happy Friday, subscribers!
Yesterday Liz Garner spent some time interview Francis Pryor, and the resulting audio is now available in the shed.
We hope you have a great weekend.
Shhhh! Not a word to a soul...
Monday, 24 February 2014
... but Alan Cadbury is currently telling me about his latest adventure into murder, mystery and archaeology, set once again, in the Fens. I know I must be completely mad even to think of writing-down another of Alan’s exploits, especially given his hopeless unreliability. I mean, he rarely sticks to appointments and even when he does manage to turn up on time, his brain is usually elsewhere. No,…
Blimey, whatever happened to Tuesday?
Monday, 11 March 2013
Hooray, I've managed to master the software. I'm also up to my neck in sheep after-birth and lambs, not to mention a border collie named Twink whose mission in life seems to be to get under my feet when I'm trying to deliver lambs. This is now the start of the second week (of six) when we lamb about 95 ewes. It's not a big flock, but it's as time-consuming to lamb 95 as 950. I suppose I should be…