Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Fairford Festival 2 June 2018

Delighted to be appearing at this small, fiercely independent festival on Saturday 2 June. Also appearing are Mark Gatiss, and Matthew Graham (Life on Mars). Do come if you can!

Sunday, 10 December 2017

Crawl Space interviews

I've been lucky enough to pick the brains of some of the best in the crime fiction business, including writers, reviewers, actors and re-enactors. Here is a handy guide to the 'Crawl Space Welcomes' series of interviews, full of inspiring words, top tips and writing secrets. Enjoy!

Rhian Davies
Mark Dexter
Sophie Hannah
Mick Herron
David Hewson
Natasha O'Keeffe
Ian Rankin
Emlyn Rees
Zoe Sharp
Chris Wakling
Susan Wilkins
Jenny Williams

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Come and Find Me cover reveal

Marnie Rome is back in Come and Find Me (Headline, March 2018), possibly the most twisted and twisty book in the series so far, as two disturbed women discover the violent inmate they've been writing to has escaped from prison, and he knows where they live.

Big thanks to Clare Mackintosh for the terrific quote. You can preorder the book here.

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Killer Women Anthology #2: The Body

With a killer introduction by the fabulous Laura Lippmann, the second Killer Women anthology, The Body, is now available in paperback, as an ebook and an audiobook. My short story, Ten Things You'll Miss About Me, is included alongside twisted tales by my fellow Killer Women.

Bodies surface and disappear, seduce and corrupt in these original stories by best-selling, award-winning female crime writers. Keep your eyes peeled, your ears cocked and your wits about you as 20 deliciously twisted tales take you to surprising places

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Quieter Than Killing exclusive from Killer Women

It's winter, the nights are dark and freezing, and a series of seemingly random assaults is pulling DI Marnie Rome and DS Noah Jake out onto streets of London. When Marnie's family home is ransacked, there are signs that the burglary can have only been committed by someone who knows her. Then a child goes missing, yet no-one has reported it. Suddenly, events seem connected, and it's personal. Someone out there is playing games. It is time for both Marnie and Noah to face the truth about the creeping, chilling reaches of a troubled upbringing. Keeping quiet can be a means of survival, but the effects can be as terrible as killing. 

You can get the first three chapters of Quieter Than Killing delivered to your inbox tomorrow by signing up to the Killer Women newsletter for FREE here.