I’m off to the country on the Sunday 30th July to the wonderful Much Ado Books in Alfriston. Elly Griffiths and I will be interviewed by the fabulous Lisa Holloway (of Brighton’s top night out – The Space) . Do come along and join in.
We’ll be chatting about each other’s writing, what makes us write and the books we each enjoy reading.… Read more
I was invited by Lynn Beun, a colleague from my year with the NHS to come along to the Crime Fiction U3A group and answer questions on The Detective’s Daughter It was upstairs at a pub in central Brighton. Slants of afternoon sunlight crossed the wood paneled walls, the perfect setting for a discussion on a crime novel.… Read more
I had a tremendous evening at the Ladies’ Banquet and met some great people. The Master, Philip Morrish and the Mistress Angie Kay were True Hosts (of the positive kind).
The Worshipful Company generously pledged to donate to my chosen charity St Peter and St James Hospice.
Read my blog on Head of Zeus’s website. Polish here… Read more
I had a fabulous evening Haywards Heath on Saturday (19th Nov 2016). The bookshop was packed with a great audience who braved the wind and rain to join in a lively discussion about crime novels with my fellow crime-writers, Elly Griffths, William Shaw and Susan Wilkins.… Read more
As Winter envelops us, I’m heading into the depths of the countryside (well, Ditchling) in Sussex at the end of this month to join fellow crime novelists, Elly Griffiths, William Shaw and Susan Wilkins in a warm and cosy barn. Over tea and scones, we’ll talk about our stories. Do wrap up and come along. Beware the smell of almonds as you sip your tea…..… Read more
I joined Peter James, Fergus McNeil and James Law at the Berry Theatre for a night talking about the business of writing crime fiction at the Berry Theatre in Southampton (Hedge End). We had good fun swapping dark imaginings and evil doings.… Read more
Hammersmith Library, with my publisher Head of Zeus, put on a thought-provoking and fun evening on Thursday 28th May 2015. Elly Griffiths was a wonderful chair with panelists, retired Chief Superintendent Stephen Cassidy, Frank Pacifico Senior operator/trainer and train tester on the London Underground and me.
We discussed how Stephen and Frank have helped with my research for The Detective’s Daughter novels.… Read more
As part of the CWA’s Crime Reading Month in June, I’m on tour with fellow writers, Elly Griffths, William Shaw and Susan Wilkins. We will be talking about writing crime and our latest novels. We’ve all read each other’s work and will discuss common themes, areas of difference and our passion for writing and of course reading.… Read more