Books by former Keighley man John Waddington-Feather prove popular with e-book readers (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
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Books by former Keighley man John Waddington-Feather prove popular with e-book readers
9:00am Friday 8th March 2013 in News
Former Keighley man John Waddington-Feather is selling more than 2,500 of his crime novels each month on Kindle.
Users of the e-book reader are snapping up the adventures of priest-policeman Blake Hartley and his Muslim sergeant Ibrahim Khan.
Mr Waddington-Feather, who now lives in Shrewsbury, published electronic versions of his first three Hartley novels last year. Now The Moorland, Museum and Bradshaw mysteries have been joined by The Marcham Mystery and The Graveyard Mystery.
The books follow the detectives' investigations in Keighworth, a fictional northern town based on Keighley.
Mr Waddington-Feather, a retired Anglican priest, has also written poems, short stories and children's books.