Aside from putting the finishing touches to the Inspector Andy Horton novel I’m writing there are a clutch of events happening in March.
Firstly, my crime thriller novel In For The Kill is being featured in Read an E Book Week 7-13 March 2010. In For The Kill is set on the Isle of Wight on the south coast of England and is a thriller about what happens to one man when his identity is stolen. For Alex Albury, the hero, the nightmare that destroyed his life will only end in death; his or his tormentor’s. With its twists and turns the reader is sucked into a frightening world of deception, betrayal and revenge in a highly topical story that has its roots deep in the past. For one week only during Read an E Book Week people will be able to download a free copy of In For The Kill.
On 15 and 16 March I’m off to the North East of England to talk about my marine mystery crime novels at Washington Town Centre Library, Stockton-on-Tees Library and Darlington Library and I’ll be on board the PSS Wingfield, a beautifully restored 1934 paddle steamer, at the Hartlepool Maritime Experience giving a talk. This event is being organised by Hartlepool Library. You can find more details and booking information on my official web site on the Appearances Page.
On 24 March I’ll once again be talking to Julian Clegg on his Breakfast Show on BBC Radio Solent at 6.45 a.m.
In addition, Deadly Waters, the second Inspector Andy Horton crime novel is being featured in a British Arts Council Initiative in conjunction with Legend Press, called Exclusively Independent until 10 March.
And I believe one of my thriller novels, either In Cold Daylight or In For The Kill (don’t know which one) will be published in Turkey. I will let you know when as soon as I hear.
Oh, and I almost forgot, The Suffocating Sea, the third in the Inspector Andy Horton series, is published in mass market paperback on 12 March 2010.
So plenty there to be getting on with.