Today’s #LockdownLibrary features Sarah Walker, daughter of Nicholas Rhea, reading from the third book in the CONSTABLE series, Constable Around the Village, which were inspiration behind the hit TV series HEARTBEAT.
PFD’s Lockdown Library is a new project bringing together our wonderful authors to offer up some fun, learning and relaxation during these strange times. We’ll be posting regular book readings, short talks and Lockdown Lunches from our chefs, so be sure to follow our Twitter and Instagram(both @pfdagents) to see when there’s something new in the #LockdownLibrary.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT NICHOLAS RHEA
“Recommended if it’s laughter you’re after.” Bolton Evening News
“Richly entertaining.” Yorkshire Evening Post
“Splendid reading.” Police Journal
“To be really blunt, this is not my normal reading fare, but I loved it.” Nancy
“I enjoyed this tremendously.” Melissa
“A wonderful and relaxing dip into the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors.” David
“A highly entertaining book which anyone who is looking for easy and humorous reading will enjoy.” Granny
IN THE AUTHOR’S OWN WORDS
“The concept of the Constable books arose because I wanted to write a book which showed that the police undertook much work which was not associated with crime or detective investigations. As I had served as a village constable in a delightful part of the North York Moors, it seemed logical to use that experience as a background to the stories, and to add a touch of humour which is always present in police work.”
The CONSTABLE series are currently on offer on Amazon for 99p each – get the first in the series, CONSTABLE ON THE HILL, here.