Murder in your neighbourhood. Detectives on your doorstep.
Come and see me in Hammersmith Library
Shepherds Bush Road, London W6 7AT
Thursday 28th May 2015 at 6.00 – 7.30 pm.
Elly Griffiths (author of the fantastic Ruth Galloway novels) will be interviewing me about my new novel The Detective’s Secret. With guest Stephen Cassidy, retired Chief Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police who has helped me with research questions throughout my writing The Detective’s Daughter series.… Read more
I will be interviewed by Lisa Holloway, presenter of Brighton’s The Space at an evening hosted by the oldest writing group in the UK (founded in 1937). Lisa and I will discuss a number of topics including my use of place both in the past and the present, different themes in my novels: loss, class, relationships with family and in my new novel – published that day – The Detective’s Secret surveillance, and betrayal.… Read more
I taught a creative writing course on Crime Writing with bestselling author Elly Griffiths on the weekend of the 19th September to 21st September 2014. Elizabeth Haynes was our guest for the Writers Talking panel on the Sunday afternoon. It offered students a chance to discuss their writing with three different crime writers who yet have much in common. … Read more
I had a lovely couple of days in sunny Bristol, catching up with people, talking with writers and readers. It was great to share a panel with Elizabeth Haynes (right in pic) and what luxury to chew the cud of writing with such as Graham Masterson, Jonathan Holt and Elly Griffiths.
I was one of a ‘Myriad of Crime Writers’.
Three top crime writers who started their careers with independent publisher, Myriad Editions.
A wonderful night under the Speigle Tent on the Steine – a pop up community in full swing. I was on stage with Elizabeth Haynes (Into the Darkest Corner, Revenge of the Tide, Human Remains and Under a Silent Moon) and Lisa Cutts (Never Forget).… Read more
Thursday 16th August 2012. Dukes Meadows at eleven in the morning. I park my car in the shade of a tree. The sun is beating down, it’s already hot. Through bushes I can see the river Thames, darts of bright light dance on its surface. This is London, I’m not far from the A316, yards from Chiswick Bridge, yet I’m sealed within an immediate and suspenseful quiet that is not tranquil despite the verdant green and the summer sunshine.… Read more