When assisted dying is legalised following the sell-off of the NHS, where does the killing stop? In Paul Carroll’s latest novel, Shaking Hands with Elvis, an uncaring government has legalised assisted dying, but it’s not only the terminally ill it relaxes the rules for. Following the disintegration of the NHS, anybody considered to have
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Article reproduced from Reader’s Digest A rock in the gene pool? For his latest novel, gripping family drama Don’t Ask, author Paul Carroll has created an original and timely take on the classic whodunnit involving a home DNA testing kit. As he reveals, the idea for his book came from personal experience. While things for
Review reproduced from Silversurfers website. Contemporary fiction writer’s new book, Don’t Ask, is a fresh take on a whodunnit involving home DNA tests, with a hefty dose of seventies nostalgia thrown in. Whodunnits are always popular with readers, as are gripping family dramas…and explosive new novel Don’t Ask has managed to combine the two. Set in
Following the launch of my novel Don’t Ask last week I appeared on a number of BBC Radio stations discussing the dangers and downsides of over-the-counter DNA genealogy testing kits. These kits have many appeals, but the user is well advised to check out what they’re letting themselves in for before they spit into