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Donations for charity

28th February 2018

As Ambassador for HEART UK – The Cholesterol Charity, Tony Drury has held many fundraising events over the years in support. One event in particular raised quite a lot of …

‘The Man Who Hated’ reaches Australia

27th February 2018

Our picture shows Ingrid Willinge in Australia reading the latest novella. Ingrid is a Business Reporter with Sky News in Sydney.

Fantastic line up on the showbiz panel this week

11th February 2018

Tony Drury thoroughly enjoyed being invited onto Roberto Perrone’s showbiz panel this week at BBC3 Counties Radio. A great line up as always, this time with Ben Miles – theatre …

An Evening with Some Marvellous Ladies: 30 January 2018

31st January 2018

Tony spent the evening with the ladies of the Leighton-Linslade Hospice at Home Volunteers. They spend time with people who are terminally ill. They also like their novellas. ‘Lunch With …

City Fiction publishes its fourth novella

22nd January 2018

The novella nostalgia series is inspired by iconic cinema classics. The next, ‘The Man Who Hated’, is out today on Amazon Books and is inspired by the Michael Douglas film, …

Tony finishes his next novel: ‘I Will Find You’.

10th January 2018

Editing work has started on the eighth book in the ‘Sarah Rudd’ series. Our brave, award winning, ex-DCI is now working for Delamount Security with her lover ex-DCI ‘Mad Max’ …

Tony Visits Gloucester Book Club

12th November 2017

Eight ladies and four men, all members of the Gloucester Book Club, met with Tony on Saturday 11 November to discuss books, films and novellas. With their interest in films …

Behind the scenes at BBC 3 Counties Radio

17th October 2017

Today Tony Drury, now a keen contributor to both the Entertainment and Political Programme on BBC 3CR had the pleasure of being shown around the studios by Claudia Redmond, a …

Review from Jennifer – member of The Girly Book Club

24th September 2017

“Tony Drury has a series of novellas that are short modern version of classics, and well written. I have really enjoyed getting to read each one, and hoping he’s working …

Gloucester book club review – ‘Twelve Troubled Jurors’

22nd September 2017

“Really enjoyed this novella. Well written and the use of language superb. The author managed to somehow transport me into the jury room and gave me a lot of insight …

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