I'm on the road again, this time at British Romance Fiction where I'm chatting about "Walking on History: Modern York as a Setting".
In The Bull At The Gate this isn't just paying lip service to the city of York, the novel can be used as a detailed map. Was it planned this way? Not entirely, but I found contemporary York and its historical detail just too good to ignore. In fact, it fitted the occult/paranormal themes so perfectly that I had more than one moment where a shudder crept across my shoulders.