Julie D. Jones Appears in FIVE Devon Papers

Julie D. Jones Appears in FIVE Devon Papers

Julie D. Jones, author of 'Moorland Forensics: Bound by Polaris', has featured in not just one, but five Devon newspapers. Within the newspapers, Julie and her book feature in an advert and a short article. If you are not able to pick up a copy of the papers, don't fret as the features can be seen below.

The newspapers which the article appears are:

1) Kingsbridge & Salcombe Gazette

2) Totnes News

3) Dartmouth Chronicle

4) Ivybridge & South Brent Gazette

5) Plympton, Plymstock & Ivybridge News

Julie D. Jones Appears in FIVE Devon PapersMuriel Jennings, elderly mother and owner of the successful Jennings Clay Company, has met a premature end; survived only by her children and business partners Stella and Mark. James, Katie and Fiona Sinclair, at Moorland Forensic Consultants, have been tasked with assisting the investigation. 

After attending a meeting at Muriel's book club in Bovey, Katie learns the last book to be read; The Sinners Daughter by Lillian Webster - the story of Ted Cartwright who murdered five women in his remote home on Dartmoor a little over fifteen years ago.
The more she uncovers
 about the lives of those close to Muriel, her family, her business associates and her book club, convinces Katie of parallels between the Jennings and the Cartwright cases. 

Julie D. Jones delivers a murder-mystery set in Devon in which the landscape is as alive as the characters breathing in her prose. 'Moorland Forensics: Bound by Polaris' is an intelligent piece of fiction that will have you guessing until the deaJulie D. Jones Appears in FIVE Devon Papersth.