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Neil Rathmell - Shropshire author
06 Mar 2015
Anyone with an interest and passion for literature and original writing, will appreciate the website of author Neil Rathmell, based just outside Shrewsbury. Neil’s website provides a mix of interesting plays, short stories - and a weekly blog too. One of the latest online offerings, is Peter - a short story offered in six daily instalments. The literary website is just one avenue of Neil’s varied...
Shropshire author Neil Rathmell - at Pengwern Books
28 Nov 2014
Pengwern Books is partnering with local Shrewsbury author Neil Rathmell this Festive season, to offer late-night Christmas shoppers a special Literary Diversion!   People are invited to come along to Pengwern Books on the evening of Wednesday December 10, between 7:00pm and 8:30pm.   The one-off evening will present a celebration of Neil’s latest novel, Vive Le Mole - a tale of love and intrigue...
Shropshire author celebrating bookshop news
05 Nov 2014
A Shrewsbury author is celebrating after receiving news last week, that his second novel is to be stocked at Bookshrop bookshop in Whitchurch. Neil Rathmell describes the novel, Vive le Mole! as a grown-up sequel to the traditional childhood classic The Wind in the Willows. The story is one of love and intrigue - set in the south of France. Vive le Mole! follows on from Neil’s previous release, ...
Neil Rathmell - Shrewsbury based author releases second novel
06 Oct 2014
Local author Neil Rathmell describes his new novel, Vive le Mole! as a grown-up sequel to the traditional childhood tale of The Wind in the Willows. It’s a story of love and intrigue set in the south of France.   Neil recently delivered a talk at Shrewsbury Library, where an intrigued audience was treated to a preview of the book. An extract from Vive le Mole! was the last item to feature...
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22 Nov 2012
A Shropshire author's second novel follows the turbulent life of a premier countess of England whose only real happiness was in the county during her second marriage to Eubolo LeStrange, a younger son of a Marcher baron. The tale of Alice De Lacy and the political turmoil at the end of the thirteenth century is told in ‘Throne of Shame’, a historical novel which weaves fact with fiction by Fran...
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