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Here is a round up of the highlights of 2013, videos and photo slide show to come in following blogs.
My thanks to all my readers, my publishers, to the libraries and organisations who have hosted my talks, to the audiences who came to listen to me, to the press, radio presenters and their listeners, bloggers and their readers and to my family, friends and everyone who has supported me throughout 2013 and an special thanks to the hunky DI Andy Horton!
Wishing you all a very…Continue
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August is traditionally a quieter month in terms of speaking engagements for me so it is a chance to get down to some hard graft on the writing front. I'm running a little behind with the next DI Andy Horton, which will be number eleven in the series, but I am confident that I will make up time in August.
I also have two speaking engagements in August and am delighted to be giving a talk…
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Introducing Pete Kennedy, a Met detective who wishes he could spend more time with his kids and less with the violent youth of London. He's still in the pub celebrating his latest court success when he's called out to a fresh shooting - and is soon plunged into a nightmare world where boys kill and are killed for coming from the wrong postcode. Soon he has a prime suspect in his sights but the gang he is up against won’t give up without a fight – even if that means taking the battle to…Continue
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I was delighted to meet up with my publisher, Severn House at the London Book Fair. Below are some of the team from Severn House and me with Kate Lyall-Grant and the jacket cover of Death Lies Beneath which will be published in July 2012.…
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April is looking to be a busy month. First up is a visit to the London Book Fair to meet my overseas agents, my editor and my publisher, Severn House. It's always great visiting the London Book Fair and catching up with all my friends and contacts in the publishing world.…
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The New Year and 2012 promises to be an exciting year with lots already lined up. It begins with the publication in the UK on 26 January of the NEW DI Andy Horton marine mystery crime novel, the seventh in the DI Horton series, A Killing Coast. Publication in the USA follows on 1 May 2012.…
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With the New Year almost upon us it's that time of year to take a look back over the events of 2011, and for me it's been a busy and productive year.
Here are some of the highlights of 2011.
January saw the launch of the second Crime Writers’ Association Young Crime Writers Competition 2011. I was the judge of the South Coast entries with the winner going forward for the National prize which was announced during National Crime Writing Week 13 - 19 June. …
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I’m back from a very subdued London Book Fair caused by the lack of overseas visitors because of the volcanic ash crisis and Europe wide flight ban and one that I doubt anyone who was exhibiting or intending to exhibit will forget. Empty stands and empty aisles were very much in evidence and the International Rights Centre was like a ghost town.…Continue
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