Brixton writer published first novel

A Brixton writer has published her first novel about a murder on a Caribbean island.

AK Summers’ new mystery, Murder at Corner Rise, tells the story of Cyan Butler, whose peaceful life working at Corner Rise University is interrupted by the appearance of a body.

She must then use all her mental agility to help the police find the murderer before any more people lose their lives.

Ms Summers, drew inspiration from a career working in student support in various London universities and a sailing trip from the Caribbean to the UK in 2014.




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