Archive for the ‘Daniel Whelan Mystery’ Category

No Second Chances

Monday, April 10th, 2017

No Second Chances 2


As you will probably have noticed, the fourth Daniel Whelan thriller, No Second Chances is out and I love the cover – it’s the best one, yet.

If you haven’t already read it, what are you waiting for? Go get yourself a copy! The paperback is also out around now. In this one, Daniel does his best to help a friend whose husband has gone missing and her daughter who has got herself mixed up with travellers. As usual, he ruffles feathers and suffers the consequences, and as usual, his trusty German shepherd dog, Taz has got his back.


Nothing But Lies

Monday, August 11th, 2014


The latest Daniel Whelan mystery Nothing But Lies is coming out on the 28th August 2014.

This third book in the series, sees Daniel and his faithful dog, Taz, acting as bodyguards to the partner of an ex-colleague. A straight-forward enough assignment, you mght have thought, but is it ever…?

NBL Cover image

Lyndon Stacey all set to release No Holds Barred

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Lyndon Stacey and Rebecca JenkinsWell, it’s all change! A brand spanking new website and a new book due out later this year. Exciting times.

The new book, to be called No Holds Barred, is the second in my new series featuring ex-police dog handler Daniel Whelan and his German Shepherd Dog, Taz. I’m not going to tell you too much about it because I don’t want to spoil it for you, but suffice to say, if you liked No Going Back, you should enjoy this one, too.

I hope you like the new website, designed for me by Alison at LA Marketing and Design. I love it, and with advances in technology, it should be easier for me to update myself, so watch this space for a (more) regular blog and news of upcoming events such as “Bodies in the Bookshop” at Heffers in Cambridge on the 19th July, where I will be available to chat and sign books if you so desire.

Back in May I attended the Crimefest crime fiction convention in Bristol. Always a fun event and a chance to catch up with fellow authors, as well as fans from all over the world. Great to see Dolores Gordon Smith, who writes a post WW1 crime mystery series, and Rebecca Jenkins (pictured with me at the Saturday night Gala Dinner) who writes a crime series set in rural Regency England and featuring the dashing ex-soldier, F R Jarrett.

Anyway, must go now – editing to do and dogs to walk. Hope you’ll keep checking back to see what I’m up to, and your comments – hopefully polite and civil – are as always, welcomed.