Milly Reynolds – Crime Fiction Author

An interview done ‘across the pond’ from a while ago.

Another New Ebook by Milly Reynolds

Crime fiction author Milly Reynolds has another ebook published on amazon and Smashwords.

This is the latest in the Mike Malone series.

There are now over 20 books in total for you to read, 16 of which are in the Mike Malone series.

About Milly Reynolds

Hi

As you may have already guessed, Milly Reynolds is not my real name. Like my ‘hero’ Detective Inspector Mike Malone, I also hide my real identity.

I live in Lincolnshire and love the flat, endless landscapes and I want these to be seen in my books. Mike Malone has moved from the city to Lincolnshire – unlike me, I was born here and haven’t moved.

I have recently ‘retired’ from my job, I was a teacher in a secondary school, to pursie my dream of becoming a writer – and to devote more time to my volunteer work. I help at my local RSPB centre and also take groups of children out on the marshes to try to instil in them a love for birds and nature.

So why Mike Malone? I love all things detective and wanted to create my own series. However, I have decided not to go for the deep, dark thriller – how can I compete with the masters of that genre? I adore the books by Jo Nesbo – a real genius. Therefore I came to the decision that Mike Malone would be off-beat. I like to think that there is humour in my books. I don’t want to scare people, I want to make them chuckle – there is not enough laughter in the world at the moment. I have five Mike Malone novels published at the moment and have started number 6.

However, although Mike was my first creation, he is not the only one. I have also recently created Jack Sallt, another DI. Jack is grittier than Mike and there is not the humour in his stories that there is in the Mike Malone stories. I wanted to write a more ‘grown-up’ detective story. The first Jack Sallt was released in Autumn 2011 and his second outing has just been published (Aug 2012)

Not content with crime, I also decided to try my hand at a romantic novel and my first stand-alone novel ‘The Unseen Sky’ was published August 2011.

I’m lucky, I enjoy writing and find it just as relaxing to sit and create as it is to read. I hope you like my books.

Crime Fiction Ebooks by Milly Reynolds

An Incongruous link to Good Friday….?

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My partner in crime’s easy to read and inexpensive ebooks:

Take A Look Here

And Here

Have a Good Day and Happy Easter.