Gregory, Philip and yours truly outside the Terminal bar earlier this week. Gregory Dowling and Philip Gwynne Jones in conversation. I've written a good few books set in Italy but always from a slight distance. While I spend a lot of time there I've never made the move. So I thought it would be interesting … Continue reading Talking Venice, writing and books, with two authors who live there
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
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They're back. Not seen in these parts since The Fallen Angel in 2011, Nic Costa, Teresa Lupo, Gianni Peroni and Leo Falcone return today in a new book, The Savage Shore. It first appears in hardback in the UK from Severn House and in audio, narrated as ever by Saul Reichlin from Whole Story Audio. The US edition and … Continue reading Nic Costa is back… out today The Savage Shore