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Ten years ago, Oz Blackstone, the slightly sociopathic anti-hero of nine mystery novels, died tragically, and off-page, while filming in the Guatemalan jungle. He left behind him a wife and a soulmate . . . although these were different women . . . and three children. Said soulmate, Primavera Phillips Blackstone, retired with their son Tom to the idyllic (and very real; you should visit) village of St Marti d’Empuries, at the quiet end of the Costa Brava, where she built a new life in his honour and memory, and found what she hoped would be renewed happiness.

So why is it that there are thousands of people who believe that Oz is still alive and out there, choosing his moment to make a comeback? Beats me, but there are.

They keep the faith and they keep hoping; also, they keep me thinking.

Faith is a wonderful thing; it’s belief without any logic or supporting evidence. It deserves to be rewarded, and it will be on July 29. That’s the publication date of a new, original short story, which looks into  the mystery of Oz’s death. It answers questions and it poses some new ones that only occurred to me as it took shape.

It’s called ‘Born to be Wild’ and it will be published in ebook form, on Amazon Kindle and also on Kobo.

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  1. George
    July 2, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    Thank goodness. About time too. Hopefully whilst writing this one you discovered more Blackstone stuff for the future. Made my summer.

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