If your blood isn’t cold enough this Christmas, we’ve got a cracker of an evening for you. This is Murder Under the Mistletoe 2018!
Join us for a convivial evening of festive drinks, readings by a selection of hand-picked crime authors and lots of book buying. It’s also the perfect opportunity to browse our shelves and find Christmas presents for the book lovers in your life! Authors taking part include Quentin Bates, Rachael Blok, Alison Bruce, Dominick Donald, Stephen Done, Mick Finlay, Elizabeth Haynes, Susi Holliday, Jim Kelly, Christina Koning, Anna Mazzola, JS Monroe, WC Ryan, William Shaw and MB Vincent.
Tickets for the event are priced at £7 in advance or £9 on the door and can be purchased through this page, by calling 01223 463200 or in person at Heffers bookshop. Please note that tickets are transferable but non-refundable.
Thu 6 December 2018, 18:30 – 20:00
Heffers Bookshop, 20 Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1TY
Reviews are starting to appear for the new Arrowood book. Here’s one from Publishers Weekly and one from Shotsmag. It’s out Jan 10 (UK) and February in N. America.
I’m delighted to see that the first five reviews of The Murder Pit have appeared on Amazon, a full three months before the UK publication date. Thank you so much to these Vine reviewers!
If you’re in the Cambridge area (UK) on October 27 and like crime fiction, four crime writers will be discussing crime fiction/psychological thrillers and signing books at Anglia Ruskin University. It’s free, but booking is essential. The authors are B.A. Paris, Nicola Upson, Alison Bruce and me. It’s part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas. Details here: https://www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk/events/crime-fiction-extreme-pleasures
I’ll be appearing at Brighton Crime Wave (Waterstones, Brighton) on Sept 11 for the terrifying ‘Grilling’ session. Erin Kelly will be topping the bill. Booking will open soon.
If you’re around Cambridge, I’ll be appearing at the Extreme Pleasures: Crime Fiction event with Alison Bruce, B. A. Paris and Nicola Upson. This is a free Cambridge Festival of Ideas event at Anglia Ruskin University (Oct 28, 1-3.30 pm). There will be a discussion, Q&A and book-signing. Booking will open later this month.
The UK date for the release has been changed to Jan 7, 2019. North America is Feb 5. Germany is June. I’ll post dates for other countries when I find out.
The UK publication date is Dec 27, 2018. For North America it’s Feb 5, 2019. Other countries to follow ….