About Milly Reynolds

PLEASE VISIT HER WEBSITE HERE: http://millyreynolds.co.uk

Milly Reynolds is a very English writer, specialising in detective fiction.

Her first series of kindle books, ‘The Mike Malone Mysteries’, is a series of crime fiction thrillers. The central character for all of the books is Detective Inspector Mike Malone, an affable, yet determined sleuth who has a murky past and wants to make a new start. Now he has his work cut out in what he thought would be a sleepy English shire, as strange events and mysterious occurrences heap up upon one another. Throughout, he is ably assisted by his young Detective Sergeant, Alan Shepherd.

•The first in this series, entitled ‘The Woolly Murders’ is out now on kindle.

•The second book of the series,’Happy Deathday to You!’ is now also out on kindle!

•’The Hanged Cow’, the third book of the series came out in the summer of 2011.

•’Kissing the Devil’, fourth book in the series came out in early 2012.

In the summer of 2011 Milly Reynolds published first general fiction book called: ‘THE UNSEEN SKY’.

… and in the autumn of 2011, the first in a new line of detective fiction, ‘Rolling the Jack’ was published, featuring the hard-edged character Inspector Jack Sallt.






23 thoughts on “About Milly Reynolds”

  1. nice…need to check the links..

  2. Oooh, that’s great that you published stuff! I wish I could do that. I just need to actually finish something first….

  3. I have trying to find David Francis Barker. When I clicked on his name in a comment on a new post by C.L. Sostarich, it landed me here. I am a real addict of English detective fiction, New Scotland Yardees, and all their “sidekicks”. Not to mention mysterious, strange, and sleepy English villes! Will continue to enjoy reviews here!

  4. Congrats on your series. You are inspiring me to complete the projects I’ve started.

  5. i’m searching your poetry place…but got lost.. smiles.. so a hint would be very welcome..smiles

  6. I would like to feature your art and Milly’s books in the Coffee Shoppe at my place. Follow the instructions there. Thank you!

  7. HI, was curious who stopped by my blog and dropped in to investigate … was thoroughly confused for awhile, are you Milly or David Francis Barker? LOL Anyway, either way, thanks for reading and subscribing, hope you find something on my blog worthwhile.

    • Hi, I don’t know whether you got my first reply but I’ll say it again! Firstly, thanks for your interest and question. I (David) and the poet/painter/writer and my partner (nom de plume Milly Reynolds) is a crime fiction (mainly) writer, who I help out with editing, proof reading, collaborating on occasion. I administer both sites, you see? Sorry about the confusion! Hope this makes sense. I will visit your site as often as I can.

  8. wordsfallfrommyeyes said:

    Wow you’re an author! Saw your comment on another blog & I liked your gravatar. That’s why I clicked! I liked it. I’m confused though – are you Milly Reynolds the crime writer but your gravatar is male just for whatever reason? Sort of, not sure if I’ve got the right person here!

    • Hi – I (we’re) very grateful for your comments. You’re right, of course, I’m Dave the poet/painter/whatever and my partner is Milly Reynolds (nom de plume) who specialises in crime fiction and general fiction. Perhaps we ought to have separate gravatars but I administer both blogs at present, so to speak. Hope this makes sense and thank you once again!

  9. Dave, how fun to have a nom de plume, and a female one at that. I’m currently reading your book of poetry on my Kindle, a couple of poems at a time. So nicely done. Glad to discover Milly, as well.

    • Hi Victoria, thank you once more. I am very grateful for you reading the book. I guess we (my partner and I) are a kind of collaboration, to be more accurate, the poems are ‘all mine’, if you will, but the crime and general fiction books under the name Milly Reynolds are a collaborative affair between us. All of this is still pretty much in its inception, the first book coming out only in the spring of this year and the poetry book in the October. Thank you!

  10. I like the name of the series 🙂
    hopping over to your poetry page now ..

  11. ManicDdaily said:

    These look so good. Congrats. I will check out. K.

  12. Please check my blog at http://Tigergrove.wordpress.com I have given you the Versatile Blog Award.

    Great Stuff!

  13. Hello my name is Tricia Bertram, I live in Australia and write the Writing The Roads of Grief blog that dfbaker follows. i would love to download your murder series but have an iPad not a kindle. Is there a way to download to iPad. Did a search of the iPad book store but couldn’t find the books, this could be because I failed comuters for dummies.
    I have so many books in my home my family and friends refer to it as The Book Depository so decided it’s time I entered the 21st century and did the virtual book thingy. I can’t fall over them if they are stored on a computer.
    Really like both sites
    Bye for now

  14. What a nice surprise! Lovely. Will check it out.

    Thanks, David, for your visits and comments. Computer has been up-and-down, but will be visiting and commenting when all is clear.

    Be well.

    Warmest regards,
    Jamie Dedes

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