City of Dark is now available to borrow from certain libraries. In Paris, you’ll find it in the public library on rue Mouffetard in the 5th arrondissement. In Quebec, it can be found in the English-language library at the Morrin Centre in the historic old town.
Many thanks to Subterranea Britannica for their review of City of Dark in the April edition of their magazine. a recommended read that incorporates underground exploration into a contemporary storyline… … shaped by realistic glimpses of French history, politics and bureaucracy Martin Dixon, Subterranea Britannica, Issue 53
Come and join C.H. Dickinson at the Bombardier Pub in Paris. February 19th, from 5pm to 8pm. Enjoy a drink in the shadow of the Panthéon and pick up a signed copy of “City of Dark”. See you there! The Bombardier Pub, 2 Place du Panthéon, Paris 5th
From December 29th to 31st, two titles by C.H. Dickinson are free to download from Amazon. Two very different ways to discover Paris’ darker sides: “Old Kurt” is a treasure hunt across the city for 7 to 14 year-olds, while “City of Dark” will let everyone else discover the mysteries that lie below the CityContinue reading “Free Kindle Giveaway”
Official site The Paris catacombs. The city’s subterranean shadow. Hundreds of kilometers of underground tunnels. A land of history and legend. Where the underground explorer treads a fine line between reality and irreality. Below the City of Light, this is the City of Dark. As the top inspector on the counter-terror squad, Khalid Sadiqi thoughtContinue reading “The new thriller by C.H. Dickinson”