I shall be at Waterstones in Eastbourne on Saturday February 2nd, between 2 - 4 p.m, signing copies of my fifth Philip Devalle adventure, â€˜The Distant Hillsâ€™ and also copies of my first two books, in the series, â€˜Designs of a Gentleman: The Early Yearsâ€™ and â€˜Designs of a Gentleman: The Darker Yearsâ€™. both of which have been recently republished by Troubador.
I shall be signing copies of all five of my books at Waterstones in Haywards Heath on Saturday March 14th between 11 â€“ 2 p.m.
I will also be taking part in the U.K. Southern Book show at Field Place in Worthing on Sunday April 28th between 10 â€“ 3 p.m.
Would love to meet you at any of these events!
The Distant Hills - Reviews
5.0 out of 5 starsA real page turner
ByAmazon Customer Maryon 4 March 2018
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The story is compelling, and so I read it in one sitting. I love that period, especially in France, and the character of Monsieur was very well drawn,since he really was a good soldier, who had to suppress his masculine side so as to be non threatening to his brother.
The story takes place in England, at the time of William of Orange. Also in France, where the Sun King reigns.
A story that draws the reader in very quickly and keeps them interested.
5.0 out of 5 starsAn excellent read.
ByDavid Lintonbon DOon 20 March 2018
Format: Kindle Edition
An exceptional good read. Judith Thomson's latest novel takes you back to the 17th century in such a way, that you can really believe you are there with Phillip himself.
by David Lintonbon
Brought up in Lincolnshire, Judith studied Art in Leicester before moving to Sussex, where she still lives.
She is passionate about the seventeenth century and has gained much inspiration from visits to Paris and Versailles. She has written several stories based around actual events of the period, set in both England and France, and following the lives of some of the same characters.
She likes to paint, enjoys boating on the French canals and scuba diving in the Red Sea. She has helped on a local archaeological dig and enjoys exploring the ancient landscape of Britain as well as following Native American trails in the deserts of southwest U.S.A.
Judith has a blogsite, Judiththomsonblog.wordpress.com where she posts, amongst other things, a monthly blog entitled 350 years ago this month, based on the diaries of Samuel Pepys. She also has a website Judiththomsonsite.wordpress.com and is a Goodreads Author.