Baker St. or Bust! — Angela Misri talks “Thames.”

Another stop on the blog tour – this one with the lovely L.S. Engler!

L.S. Engler

Today’s an exciting day for me, because not only does this post mark my very first participation in a Blog Tour, it’s also a blog tour for one of my friends and for a book that I’ve been looking forward to for quite some time. The book is Jewel of the Thames (A Portia Adams Adventure) and the author is Angela Misri, and I’m delighted to feature her on my blog. We got together for a little interview to discuss her fascinating heroine and the process of bringing 1930s London to life in this new series. So grab yourself a cup of tea and maybe even a pipe, and let’s have it! Enjoy!


L: Okay, before we get to the book, why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself. Who is Angela Misri?

A: Let’s see, she’s a journalist, comic-book nerd, gamer, and mom. She thinks it’s…

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Conversations with Angela Misri

My feature interview with Rami Ungar the Writer!

Rami Ungar The Writer

Some of you may be acquainted with Angela, or have heard me gush over her awesome feedback to my novel Snake. But did you know that Angela’s first novel, Jewel of the Thames, has just been released (I’ve already got it on my Kindle)? When I heard about it, I was so excited for her, and I got the chance to interview her before JotT came out.

Angela was born in London, England, but currently she lives in Toronto, Canada with her family. She has been writing for a number of years, most notably for CBC Radio as a journalist. She also does freelance and digital projects on the side, but currently she’s been devoting her time to the Portia Adams books she’s been writing (last I checked she’s got around eight or nine casebooks in the series).  She is a fan of mysteries, Doctor Who, and most stuff Sherlock…

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