About the Murder at the Star blog

murder most foul

This blog will attempt to follow my progress as I continue to research and write my investigation into the unsolved murder of Thomas Thomas at the Star Stores in the village of Garnant, Carmarthenshire, on the night of February 12, 1921.

The blog is basically a “live” public notebook which is building towards a complete text. As readers will notice there are contradictions and repetitions from one post to the next which will, in time, be sorted and corrected along with the typos and errors. Please be aware that this is a live, working, rough draft.

I intend to use it to allow anyone interested to keep track of my progress in terms of research and the writing process.

I also hope it may offer anyone who has any information, however seemingly irrelevant, a means to get in touch.

I hope readers will enjoy it and accept it for what it is – a rough working draft that is being constantly rewritten and reworked.

It is also worth pointing out that I tweet various updates, link to new posts, general facts and details that I think interesting or relevant along with photos and images via @murderatthestar on Twitter.

I am also delighted to chat with anyone interested in the blog, the Star Stores murder, the whole writing project or pretty much anything else via Twitter, so please feel free to tweet me at any time and I promise I’ll get back to you.

Thanks for your interest.



One thought on “About the Murder at the Star blog

  1. Interesting site. I’m related to Thomas Thomas. I’ve got some details about his family. email me and I’ll send you what I have.

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