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Writing Process Blog Chain

Okay, I’ve been asked by Caro Ramsay, the lovely looking crime writer with the long blonde hair, and whose books are always being nominated for some prize or another...

 

Busy little week

Happy to say that the launch of LIFE FOR A LIFE went well in Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, and the following night in St. Andrews. Now about to head...

 

Can we really go it alone?

With all the talk about the imminent Scots’ referendum on independence, many of us are giving serious thought to the question, Can we really go it alone? How could...

 
 

EYE FOR AN EYE

Louise Welsh: …kept me turning the pages and left me wanting more.

Scottish Review of Books:  …a tense, fast-paced crime novel…

The Scots Magazine: …the unexpected plot twists and the simple humanity of the characters ensure you keep reading.

HAND FOR A HAND

Quintin Jardine: A bright new recruit to the swelling army of Scots crime writers.

Library Journal:  …Terse, dark, and ultimately very scary…a memorable, draining read…

TOOTH FOR A TOOTH

Allison Brennan:  A high-tension, fast-paced crime thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

Caro Ramsay:  …an edgy emotive thriller that winds up the tension to an edge of the cliff climax…

Karen Campbell:  A clever thriller, tinged with melancholy.

LIFE FOR A LIFE

Mick Herron (Winner of the 2013 CWA Gold Dagger Award):  A truly gripping read, with all the makings of a classic series.

Anna Smith:  Couldn’t put it down. If I were living in St. Andrews I’d sleep with the lights on.

Craig Robertson:  …gripping and grisly, with plenty of twists and turns that race along with black humour…

Bloody Scotland – Video Interview