Dorset writer inspired by childhood memories.

PUBLISHED: 10:30 27 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:40 15 June 2010

To celebrate his latest novel, Dorset Writer, David Nightingale has launched www.dorsetwriter.co.uk to showcase his work. The collection includes A Fly On The Wallpaper. This thriller takes the reader deep inside the secrets hidden for decades in a old co

To celebrate his latest novel, Dorset Writer, David Nightingale has launched

www.dorsetwriter.co.uk to showcase his work. The collection includes A Fly On The Wallpaper. This thriller takes the reader deep inside the secrets hidden for decades in a old country house.

David's previous novels include murder mysteries with intriguing plot twists, such as Breakfast, and adventures full of ingenuity as in ICE. He draws inspiration from his childhood growing up in a village and spending summers on farms.

These are books filled with unexpected surprises, books that have had those who do not consider themselves readers, glued to the pages. All books are written and photographically illustrated by the author.

For further information visit: www.dorsetwriter.co.uk


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