New book on the horizon

The publication of Cuckold Point in a few weeks time seems an opportune moment for me to think about the future. I want to try my hand at something new, something that I’ve been thinking of for a number of months and which I hope you, my readers, will approve of. It means saying goodbye to Tom Pascoe for a while while I try my hand at writing a ‘stand alone’ book, as opposed to a series. So while it will still be about events in London in the early years of the 19th Century, it won’t include Tom.

I hope you will stay with me on  this and continue to lend your support. The new project is, for me, very exciting. All I will say about it is that the story will be told through the eyes of one man who will narrate it as events unfold. And when the story is over, it’s over. The book after that will be about something else entirely. Or maybe it won’t!

Wish me luck,


5 Responses to “New book on the horizon”

  1. David Coote says:

    I have a complete set to date of Tom Pascoe novels. Can you tell me when the next one is likely to be published. Thank you.

    • Patrick says:

      Hi David,
      I thought you’d like to know that my new novel, Virginia Street, is just out and available through Amazon. There’s more about the book on my website. If you get it, I’d love to hear what you think of it.
      Patrick Easter

  2. Cliff Francis says:

    Do hope to see Moore Tom Pascoe books soon.

    • Patrick says:

      Hi David
      Sorry about the delay in responding but I’ve been up to my eyes in the run up to the publication of my new book Virginia Street. It’s now available on Amazon as of this afternoon.
      I’ve started work on the next Tom Pascoe book but I’m afraid it won’t be ready for a while. Can I persuade you to have a look at Virginia Street in the meantime? I’d value your thoughts.

    • Patrick says:

      Hi Cliff, I thought you might like to know Viginia Street has just been published. Regards, Patrick Easter

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