It's been a few years since I've made it over to the wonderful Thrillerfest run by ITW each year in New York. But come July I'll be there.
It's always a pleasure to talk in a library. Next month you'll find me doing that in Bexley, spelling out a few of my personal theories about the craft of storytelling. It's going to be an illustrated talk lasting and hour, and using my current books, The Savage Shore, Devil's Fjord and Juliet and Romeo as examples of how very different … Continue reading How Storytelling Works — a free talk in Bexley
Here's my first new work of 2019... Last Seen Wearing, a novel-length audio drama exclusive commissioned by Audible with a fantastic cast and specially-written music. You should find it going live in Audible English language sites around the world today. In production for more than eighteen months with an American cast, this is a New York-based thriller about a … Continue reading Out today… Last Seen Wearing, an audio drama
Writing’s a funny old business. You never quite know what’s round the corner. At the moment that’s a new book, Devil’s Fjord, out from Severn House in hardback on February 1, a standalone mystery set in the Faroe Islands. Kind of gentle Scandi noir with a tough edge to it, I guess. Nothing like any … Continue reading Devil’s Fjord: A confession