Fun Q&A with MURDER BY THE BARREL author Lesley Cookman
Today I welcome author Lesley Cookman to my blog as part of her tour for the release of MURDER BY THE BARREL.
Keep reading for a fun Q&A with Lesley and a giveaway!
Series: Libby Sarjeant series number 18 (can be read as a standalone)
Genre: Cosy crime
Release Date: 5th October
Publisher: Accent Press
When the village of Steeple Martin announces its first beer festival, the locals are excited. Beer, sun and music, what could possibly go wrong?
But when an unexpected death shakes the village, it’s up to Libby Sarjeant and friends to solve the puzzle.
Was it just another rock star death or is there something more sinister afoot?
An ecopy of Murder by The Barrel
Q&A with LESLEY COOKMAN
Can you fake any accents?
I used to! Played, Shirley Valentine and the mother in Tenessee Williams’ Glass Menagerie.
You wouldn't be caught dead, where?
In a TV reality show.
Most hated chore on the household chore list?
Putting the bins out.
Name one thing you consider yourself to be very good at.
Name one thing you totally suck at.
What is on your bedside table?
A lot of pills, a radio, costume jewellery.
If you could play any instrument, which would you play?
Alcohol or coffee?
Are you a morning or night person?
Name a singer you can't stand the sound of.
If you were to perform in the circus, what would you do?
Name one thing you remember about your high school prom.
We didn’t have those in my day in UK Grammar schools.
What's your favorite holiday?
A hidden village in Turkey
When was the last time you fired a gun?
ABOUT LESLEY COOKMAN
Lesley Cookman writes the Libby Sarjeant Mysteries and the Edwardian mystery series, The Alexandrians. She has a varied background as a model, an air stewardess (when it was posh), a nightclub DJ (in a silver sparkly catsuit), editor of a Music Hall magazine, The Call Boy, a magazine called The Poulty Farmer, and pantomime writer and director. She lives on the Kent coast and has four grown up children who are variously musicians and writers, two grandchildren and two cats, not necessarily in that order.