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Monday, May 1, 2017

Looking for a gift for
Introduce her to Belinda Lawrence's mysteries.
A world of mystery, adventure, humor.
Buy one. Two? 
Or thrill her with all six!
Present day mysteries that feature historical items or events.
Enjoy the video, and make your selection.🍸
Paperback & eBook.

Friday, March 31, 2017

Something for the weekend.
Time to discover the six Cozy Plus, amateur sleuth Belinda Lawrence mysteries.
***** great mystery
'Another great book by Brian Kavanagh - easy to read and keeps you guessing until the end! A great size for a quick weekend read not long and drawn out but fast paced, one you won't want to put down until you have finished. Can't wait to read what Belinda gets up to in the next book!!'
 Paperback and eBook. 
Enjoy the video 😃

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Read a sample

You're welcome to read a sample from book two in my Belinda Lawrence amateur sleuth series,
*****Good cozy mystery
A Belinda Lawrence cozy mystery
Available in paperback and eBook. 
Take a look.
And enjoy the video.😉

Friday, March 17, 2017

If you're in the mood for a cozy read, just open this link to read a sample from 
*****Good ole English Murder Mystery
The first book in my Belinda Lawrence cozy mystery series

And enjoy the video.

Saturday, March 11, 2017


Following on from increased German sales of my Belinda Lawrence mysteries, UK readers have indulged in a love affair, with book sales on the rise. Thank you dear Old Blighty. :-)
"Another aspect of Mr. Kavanaghs writing is the historical knowledge he peppers throughout the story. Never does this information dampen the telling, it only enhances the thrill of the solving." THE MUSE REVIEW OF THE EMBROIDERED CORPSE. 

German Sales

Heartening to see that my Belinda Lawrence mysteries have made decent sales in Germany via AMAZON de. What's stopping the rest of you? You don't know what you're missing. :-)
GOODREAD: 'Just before I started reading this book I was reading the book written by JK Rowling, The Cuckoo's Calling which is also a crime fiction book. I have got to say Brian Kavanagh's book is so much better, well written, interesting, can't help loving the 2 main characters, Belinda and her friend Hazel.'

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

A film remembered.

Frank Thring: from King of Kings to the Terrible Ten.

In the early 1960's I edited an internationally popular children's TV series, The Terrific Adventures of the Terrible Ten, produced by Roger Mirams. I was fortunate enough to direct some episodes, of which TWO DAYS TO ZERO is one.

I commissioned the script by David Sale (No 96) and cast Frank Thring fresh from his big screen appearance and direction by Nicholas Ray.

It's amazing how, when young, one displays some amazing chutzpah. Frank, I think was amused at the idea and agreed. He was joined by Dianna Bell and Ernie Bourne with an appearance by Freddy Parslow. The film was a lot of fun to make, and there are tales which won't be told out of school; suffice to say the BBC refused to screen it, stating 'farce is often a family joke'. How judicious. Nonetheless, the AFI liked it and gave it a gong.

The film is now viewable on my VIMEO site.
I hope you watch the film and enjoy the fun. BK