Thursday 28 July 2016

Tastes Like Fear out in paperback today

Tastes Like Fear is out in paperback today with special bonus material including an interview with Noah Jake and an exclusive first peek at the opening of book four, which begins with *that* morning six years ago when Stephen changed Marnie's life forever. Do look out for it in independent bookshops, as well as the usual places, including WHS, Amazon, WaterstonesThe Book Depository (who give free shipping to the US) and the supermarkets including Asda who have it in a 2-for-1 offer with No Other Darkness. Go wild!


Monday 25 July 2016

Tastes Like Fear director's commentary

Written for the WH Smith blog as part of this week's build-up to the paperback publication on Tastes Like Fear on Thursday 28 July.
Battersea Power Station, the best and most evocative of London’s derelict landmarks, plays a central part in Tastes Like Fear. I’d been wanting to write about it for a long time, and this is the story where it belongs.
On publication day itself I am reading at the Polari literary salon in the Southbank Centre from 7.30pm. Do come if you can, it promises to be a terrific evening.

Thursday 7 July 2016

Creative Thursday in Harrogate

On Thursday 20 July, Alex Marwood and I will be sharing our award-winning, bestselling crime writing secrets as part of Creative Thursday which kicks off this year's Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival. It's going to be a great day and a great weekend. Do come if you can.

Details and tickets here