Author Archives: Lynn Steinson

It was a long hot summer in Manchester…

Researching locations for the sequel to Deluded before the lock down.  Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2020 Lynn Steinson

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A roam around my books 8 – staying power

‘There were African’s in Britain before the English came here’ is certainly a great opening line, but for me there’s nothing like a good footnote. Peter Fryer’s Staying Power is packed with them, or I should say endnotes. One hundred and … Continue reading

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Deluded, the gripping psychological thriller by Lynn Steinson

Deluded available on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited

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Akala

When Akala was twelve he was in the top 1% of his age group in mathematics. That was almost 25 years ago and, in these times when political discourse is dominated by obfuscation and hypocrisy, his grasp of statistics and … Continue reading

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About Deluded, the gripping new psychological thriller

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A Preston egg rolling ritual and a Manchester Passion

Easter Sunday, like Christmas and New Year’s Days, is unusual in that we can count on one thing – the supermarkets will be closed. Good Friday has, in recent years, escaped this consumer curfew and nowadays is very much like … Continue reading

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It’s more than reading and writing

The literary influences which shaped my writing are varied – from the weekly cliff hanger in the schoolgirl comics of my childhood to the great ladies of detective fiction – Agatha Christie, Elizabeth George, P.D. James and Ruth Rendell. I … Continue reading

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A Deluded Conversation: Manchester Art Gallery and the Nymphs

My take on Mancheste Art Gallery and the Nymphs Continue reading

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Deluded – the music

The DELUDED playlist. Continue reading

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A roam around my books 7 – studying the historian

I often use Wikipedia, but a search for its entry on “history” reminds me how dangerous that lazy habit can be. History is “the study of the past as it is described in written documents”. Really? Even a check of … Continue reading

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