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Cerise Noire The latest novel by A.J. Sendall

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Cerise Noire was published today.It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me, in fact it’s been a long while since anyone has heard from me. The reason is that I’ve been head down writing another book which I sincerely hope you’ll read and enjoy. Cerise Noire is a mystery/suspense novel that will keep you guessing […]

Dark Minds!

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Dark Minds… Coming Soon! I’m thrilled to say that my short story The Sydney Dahlia will be included in the first volume of the charity anthology, Dark Minds (ed. by Betsy Reavley) to be published in mid-December.Due to the amazing generosity of the authors, and the hard work of Betsy and her team at Bloodhound Books, there’ll […]

2015 Review

2015 – another full-on year!It’s been a busy year, both on and off the keyboard. A lot has been achieved, and as we roll into Christmas, with the house filled with the smell of cooking, and family about to arrive it’s time to take some time out to recharge.In the first few months, and before […]

Update – Sydney Underworld Quartet: Book Three

I’m currently working on the third book of the “In The Sydney Underworld” series, and would like to invite you all to visit my website and sign up for an ARC, if interested.

The other two books in the series, Heather, and Flank Street were released in August 2014, and May 2015 respectively. Each book is stand-alone. They share locations and a few characters, and can be read in any order. Does that make it a series?

Kindle Countdown – Flank Street at 99 cents!

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I didn’t set out to write about Micky, or Carol come to that.
The rain was falling steadily, running down the small, below ground-level window, which is the only source of natural light in the boiler-room where I write. For some obscure reason it reminded me of a rain-soaked street in Sydney, Australia; a street I’ve walked down many times, both wet and dry.
As I held that image in the back of my eyelids, a man appeared. Yellow streetlights reflected from the wet tarmac; he walked in the shadow of the plane trees, pulling his hood up against the unrelenting rain. He stopped, leaned against a tree, and waited.
Right at that moment, I knew what I had to do.

Whistleblower

Whistleblower – would you have what it takes? Whistleblower (whistle-blower or whistle blower)  a person who exposes misconduct, alleged dishonest or illegal activity occurring in an organization. The alleged misconduct may be classified in many ways; for example, a violation of a law, rule, regulation and/or a direct threat to public interest, such as fraud, […]

Micky

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Micky DeWitt is the main character and narrator from Flank Street. Micky is entirely fictitious, or as far as a character can be. When it comes to creating characters, we all draw on people who’ve crossed our paths, or influenced us in one way or another. I don’t know who Micky is, or where he […]

Flank Street – The Sydney Quartet

I took a different approach to writing Flank Street than I did to writing other books. I wrote the last page first, called it a prologue, and then worked out how the MC would get there. It was fun and the writing went fast. It’s written in first person from the view of Micky DeWitt, a […]

You have to live it up before you can write it down.

“Write what you know.” unknown “You have to live it up before you can write it down.” Robin Moore.   Those two lines are well known, but sometimes not so well understood. Write what you know is about more than remembering places and event. It is about recalling your emotions and reactions, the reactions and words of others, […]

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