• Bryan Lawson

Novels and their locations

The Drake and Hepple mysteries are crime novels in which time and place play important roles in the plot. The places visited by these novels are interesting in their own right. These places and their history are generally interesting in themselves and have been selected for that reason. However I am always conscious of not holding up the plot in a mystery novel with too much description. Curious and interested readers might like to know a little more about these important places so I have decided gradually to add images of all the key locations to this web site. So far this has been done for Fatal Practice. If you go to the novels page and scroll down to Fatal Practice you will see a button marked 'see locations'. Press this to see these images.

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