Category: Radcliffe

Radcliffe – winner of Best Mystery Novel 2023

Happy Sunday!

I’m thrilled to learn that Radcliffe won the Critters Readers’ Poll for Best Mystery Novel 2023.

Thank you to all who voted.

Vote Now! Radcliffe nominated for Critters Readers’ Poll

Radcliffe has been nominated for Best Mystery Novel of 2023 for Critters Writing Workshop Readers’ Poll.

This means YOU can vote for Radcliffe if you’ve read and enjoyed it.

Vote here before January 14

Cover for Radcliffe by Madeleine D'Este

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This week, I’ve been featured on

Enjoy.

And stay sane, unplug and read more books.

A Dwindled Dawn – short story

Happy Sunday morning.

This week, my short story A Dwindled Dawn was published in Crab Apple Literary online magazine.

A Dwindled Dawn is set in 1880s Melbourne about a grieving father, a death photographer and his strange sister.

Read it here.

And in Radcliffe news, I’ve been over the moon with the reviews so far on goodreads and the Zon.

Don’t forget you can get the ebook here or order a paperback from Dymocks, Brunswick Bound, Waterstones or bookshop.org.

Image by Ri Butov from Pixabay

Radcliffe – a gothic novella – out 26 August 2023

Great news, everyone!

My new gothic novella is out from Deadset Press on 26 August 2023.

A three-storey ramshackle house in North Melbourne is full of secrets. Tamsin is lead to the building by a voice inside her head – a voice that tells her ‘Death is Coming’. With no respite from the eternal summer heat, can Tamsin find out who death is coming for and solve the riddle of Radcliffe?

Cover for Radcliffe by Madeleine D'Este

Pre-order the ebook version here. Paperback version coming soon.

Radcliffe – cover reveal!

I’m super stoked to share the cover for my new novella Radcliffe coming out from Deadset Press later this year.

Cover for Radcliffe by Madeleine D'Este

Gothic fiction can happen anywhere, even in Melbourne during a fierce February heatwave.

Tamsin is led by a voice through sweltering streets to a shabby apartment building with a ‘For Rent’ sign in the window. She finds herself knocking on the door and taking the lease on the dismal little ground-floor flat. She moves in and begins her search for the person who death is coming for, the person she’s been sent to save.

But which of the tenants is in danger? Is it Bunty, the octogenarian ex-ballerina or her grand-daughter student Cecily? Or is Defne, the erratic photographer or Riko, the spooky musician? Or Gail, the reclusive writer?

Who is death coming for?

And can Tamsin stop it?

 

For more details about Radcliffe, go to Deadset Press.

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