If you hadn’t noticed, 2016 marks Roald Dahl’s 100th year and to celebrate there has been a whole host of activities going on in the UK and Europe. At the end of September we visited Tatton Park in Cheshire where there were a few different Roald Dahl exhibits taking place across the estate.
Yesterday saw the release of a new addition to Frances Brody’s Kate Shackleton Mysteries with Death at the Seaside.
When I was contacted by The Little Brown Group about the possibility of taking part in a Blog Tour to coincide with the release, I jumped at the chance. I had just listened to the audio book of Dying in the Wool- a complete impulse purchase from Audible- and had been pleasantly surprised to discover that the series is set in my home county of Yorkshire, with Kate hailing from my favourite city in the UK, Leeds.