C. S. Challinor

Even at the biggest and best publishing houses, errors and typos inevitably and unfailingly find their way into the printed text, much to the dismay of readers, but not more so than to the author of the work. Reasons for mistakes include erroneous spell-check revisions and human error during the editing process. If you should find any such errors in this author's book, please contact author at this site (go to Home), and every effort will be made to effect corrections in a subsequent edition.

Please note, British spelling is preferred, but not always implemented.

Text Errors

Midnight Ink Editions:

Phi Beta Murder
P. 194, line 1: Ponte Vedra Beach

Murder in the Raw
P. 60, line 10: cachet
P. 62, line 2: discreet
P. 70, line 1: Tanqueray
P.75, line 4: its
P. 82, line 4: Plage. (period)
P. 191, line 6: navel
P. 164, line 12, et al: dinghy

Corrections submitted to publisher for new editions/​Kindle.

Murder on the Moor
P. 7, line 6: canapés

Murder at Midnight
P. 28, line 20: artefacts (Brit spelling)
P. 54, line 10: Year. (period)
Synopsis for "Christmas Is Murder": Lawdry (character's name)

Murder Comes Calling
P. 6, line 4: rattling
P. 14, line 27: M-N-P. (period)
P. 169, line 3: 2008
PPLM Editions:

Murder at the Dolphin Inn
P. 110, para 4: peddle
P. 205, para 5: re-locate
[Corrected in Nook ed.]

Say Goodbye to Archie
P. 34, para 5: perspiring
[Corrected in Nook ed.]

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