A trip to one of Agatha Chrsitie’s Inspirations and the woes of typos.

I’m talking about my trip to a Devon beach that faces Burgh Island, a location that inspired Agatha Christie to write And Then There Were None and Evil Under the Sun.
If you wish, you can see photos from the trip.
I also discuss my frustration at some errors that slipped into the latest Devonshire Mystery, Accomplice to Murder. I shall be looking for an editor and some beta readers, so perhaps you can help.
All the errors were fixed as soon as possible, but if you are affected by the errors I’d like to put it right, and here’s a link to a post with more info.
If you have a question for me, please pop it in a comment or drop me a line and let me know. I’ll answer it as best as I can.

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