JOHN HARVEY MURRAY – AUTHOR

JOHN HARVEY MURRAY BSC (ECON) CPFA

About Me

I write crime fiction. My main character is usually an amateur detective.

I also write blogs, articles and books on various subjects, notably risk and management and about matters relating to faith. I write historical fiction using a pseudonym and usually include a murder mystery in those novels too.

I love animals, especially horses, and nature generally.

I enjoy reading and writing mysteries, especially whodunits.

If you share my loves, I hope you will enjoy my writing.

What I do

Writing

I am fascinated by words and have studied different foreign languages. In my career I have been required to write a variety of texts, and continue to write about a range of subjects.

My Writing Blog

Blog

‘Death Message’, by Damien Boyd – review

Death Message Death Message is a detective novel featuring DI Nick Dixon, the main character in a series by Damien Boyd. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and I set out below my more detailed comments. The Plot Death Message is a fast-paced murder mystery with a variety...

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The papers can’t tell you what to think, can they?

The papers? What papers? The papers I mean are the big national dailies: the Mail, the Mirror, the Express, the Telegraph and the popular free paper the Metro. They are the most widely-read and therefore, supposedly, the most influential. To some extent the Times, the...

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Why are my Main Characters not all Christians?

The Main Characters in my books are varied The main character in my series Accounting for Murder is Frank Hill, who is in unsure about religion, whilst his wife, Sian, is a devout atheist. There is some discussion of faith in these books, particularly Book II, Old...

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