Monday, 25 June 2018

More on the Blog Tour...

Another nice blog report... From a site called hairpastafreckle.

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Blog Tour

Currently on blog tour, where some very dedicated bloggers have been posting Q&As on behalf of No Ordinary Killing. Thanks to everyone who's helped spread the word. Much appreciated.

There are links to three here:
Chats About Books
Jane Hunt Writer
The Writing Greyhound

Goodreads Reviews

Some great reviews of No Ordinary Killing on Goodreads


Monday, 28 May 2018

No Ordinary Killing – Republication Day

So, it's officially out today, No Ordinary Killing, republished by Canelo. Available Amazon/Kindle, Google Play, Apple iBooks, Kobo – £1.99.

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

No Ordinary Killing – Canelo

Pleased to announce that No Ordinary Killing, my Number One Amazon/Kindle Bestseller (Historical Thrillers) is being republished by Canelo, May 28, as part of a series, with the follow-up out in the autumn. Digital first, paperback to follow. Available Amazon/Kindle, Google Play, Apple iBooks, Kobo.

Monday, 19 March 2018

The Ingo Finch Mysteries

Pleased to announced No Ordinary Killing (Amazon/Kindle No1 Bestseller, Historical Thrillers) is being republished in April as part of a new Ingo Finch series. Next book out August/September.

Monday, 22 January 2018

Donald Crowhurst

Here's my cover story from yesterday's Sunday Times Culture. I've had a fascination with Donald Crowhurst's utterly sad and tragic tale for years and was a big fan of Deep Water, the 2006 documentary, which I thoroughly recommend. It's a fantastic piece of work, even if you've little interest in nautical matters. It's a human story above all. Funny, I haven't done much for Culture in a while. On the strength of my 2006 book, Dead Reckoning, I seem to be the go-to person for matters maritime, an expert on which I am most definitely not! I even ended up presenting The Times' An Evening With Jonathan Dimbleby in 2016 to do with his book, The Battle of the Atlantic. I think I just about pulled it off. There's a little bit of nautical stuff – only a bit – in my novel No Ordinary Killing and some, too, in its follow-up, currently being written, so I guess it's seeped in somewhere!