Wouldn't it be lovely if this rain turned to snow?
I know, I know. It would be lovely for about three hours and then I'd be complaining about how to climb the hill for my latte. But some of you are lucky enough to have the first snow of Winter already (and did you see the photos of Babbacombe last week?) so it's time for me to break out my seasonal joke. It's surreal, almost Dali-esque. I first heard it from a six year old.
Someone Else's Skin won the 2015 Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, and was a Silver Falchion and Macavity Award finalist in the US. No Other Darkness was a Barry Award finalist. Tastes Like Fear has been longlisted for Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year 2017, and Quieter Than Killing is out now. Thanks for reading. Do get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org