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June is National Crime Reading Month

In celebration of National Crime Reading Month, Peter is giving four talks on crime writing during June.


Monday 9 June 2014 (6.00 p.m.) - Houghton Regis Library, LU5 5ES


Thursday 12 June 2014 (7.30 p.m.) - West Hanney WI


Monday 16 June 2014 (6.00 p.m.) - St John's Wood Library, London NW8 6PD


Thursday 26 June 2014 (6.00 p.m.) - Stonesfield Library, Oxfordshire OX29 8EF


Peter loves talking to and listening to his readers (and potential readers). He has spoken in all sorts of places, including a castle and a prison, so why not invite him along to your favourite organisation or your bookgroup. Email him at petertickler@btinternet.com. 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 What is the connection between watching Oxford United, writing crime fiction and porridge? Check out his article in the Oxford United programme (vs Morecambe, 29 March 2013) and see if you can relate to it!


Crime Writing, Oxford United and Porridge



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

Reviews for Peter's Blood in Oxford crime novels:

"A perfect gift for someone who enjoys traditional detective stories" Oxford Times
"Deliciously thrilling" Oxford Today
"You will drive yourself to distraction trying to work out the perpetrator  " Oxford United Matchday Programme

All of Peter's crime novels are available in hardback and as e-books:

  • Blood on the Marsh

  • Blood in Grandpont

  • Blood on the Cowley Road
  • Peter Tickler | Author


    Blood on the Marsh

    Blood in Grandpont

    Blood on the Cowley Road

    The Modern Mercenary


    A List of Published work



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