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"Amidst a sea of garbage your books stand out as well-written, convincing, and different" - so says Michael Harrison, lecturer on Oxford Murder!
STOP PRESS: Peter's latest crime novel White Lies, Deadly Lies is now available in hardback and as an e-book. It has received cracking reviews from Oxford's Daily Information ("With an authoritative style, a generous sprinkling of recurring images and clues, and plenty of twists, Tickler demonstrates a talent for building tension. I couldn't put the book down until the end.") and Mystery People (" The story is as compelling as its ending is surprising, in a book that is both absorbing and entertaining. Highly recommended."), so what are you waiting for!?
"The story entices, jolts and disorientates on almost every page as the reader is caught up in an increasingly frenzied Danse Macabre" - Dot Marshall-Gent, Mystery People " "It is a gripping tale with many twists and filled with believable characters who are victims of circumstance. Mullen is a likeable but flawed hero, while the climax and denouement are handled with Tickler's usual subtlety" - Oxford United Matchday Programme
"It's so well rooted in its [Oxford] location that I couldn't quite believe the site of some of the most critical acton didn't actually exist" - Daily Information "Peter's novel is a fantastic read. Its refreshing to read an Oxford book which tells a gripping story from the town point of view" - Maggie Hartford, Oxford Times
" ... a whodunit in the best traditions of the genre ... You will drive yourself to distraction trying to work out the perpetrator" - Oxford United Matchday Programme Publication: 31 October 2018
Click HERE to take a look at all of Peter's books

Check out this video: Peter talks about how The Girl Who Stole the Apple came into existence.
Video courtesy of Growl Films Click here to take a look at The Girl Who Stole the Apple Do you love or hate Amazon? Check out Peter's blog for his trenchant response to Lee Child. Peter has also scripted two short films.He was delighted to persuade Jane Wymark (best known as Joyce Barnaby in Midsomer Murders) to star in Wrong Number which was featured at the Portobello film festival. Click HERE to see it

 

 

Or if you like to be scared, why not check out his other film A Place for Everything, which was shot by his film-maker son Hugo on a single night in Shenzhen in China and released to coincide with Halloween. Click HERE to see it - if you dare!

 

Incidentally, all of Peter's Blood in Oxford books are now available as e-books priced less than £3.00.

 

If you want to find out a bit more about Peter, why not watch the video (below) or read through his interview by Morgen Bailey. Click HERE to read it

 

 

Check out this video: Peter talks frankly about crime writing and why he prefers Town to Gown for his murderous tales.

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Blood on the Marsh

Blood in Grandpont

Blood on the Cowley Road

The Modern Mercenary

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