Darling Newspaper Press is a small Australian publisher owned and operated by Charles Bryce, pictured here. Authors include John Ivor (historical fiction), Bryce McBryce (short stories and humor) and Ann Morven (crime fiction).
Non-fiction books by Charles Bryce, a lifelong journalist,include a couple of memoirs (Bugles At Sunset, Gone To Bed), poetry (And Thou), and a history book used in many Western Australian schools, The Fabled Swan.
A creepy castle, hidden treasure, and the murders keep coming. Bumbling balladeer Sheil B. Wright finds a corpse and intrudes on an isolated weekend group in the Scottish Highlands. While a dunce at deduction, she’s well versed in human frailty and traumas of the heart. But can she catch a serial killer?
Be careful who you offend when weird beliefs prevail. The theft of fabulous jewels pulls bumbling sleuth Sheil B Wright to mystic paths and murder. She is amused, then alarmed, by the suggestion she is a popular deity reborn. As Singapore's Great Detective steps in, Sheil's most pressing challenge is to stay alive.