Fault Lines Cheap on US & Canadian Kobo

American and Canadian friends! For the next week, FAULT LINES is only $0.99 on yer Kobo, along with all these other magnificent Orenda Books. Get on it!

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Latest Big Issue Book Reviews

Here are my latest Big Issue reviews:

Theory of Bastards by Audrey Schulman and I Still Dream by James Smythe

The Art of Losing Control by Jules Evans and Sleepyhead by Henry Nicholls

Unthinkable by Helen Thomson and Dreams Must Explain Themselves by Ursula K. Le Guin

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Panic in the Streets of Edinburgh

PEOPLE OF EDINBURGH! The Edinburgh International Book Festival launched last week and I forgot to tell y’all I’m appearing on Sat 18th August at 7pm. I’m on with the super-talented Malcolm Mackay, who has also written a piece of speculative crime fiction set in an alternate Scotland – what are the odds? Come! It will be speculative as hell!

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Panic in the Streets of London

PEOPLE OF LONDON! Please come and see me and Louise Voss launching our books in your great city. It will be all kinds of fun. Well, it will be at least two kinds of fun, book fun and alcohol fun, which are two of the best, imho.

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Bloody Scotland

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I’ve been stupidly busy the last few days so haven’t had a chance to punt Bloody Scotland, which launched on Monday. A brilliant line up as ever, and I’m doing a few bits and bobs here and there as per. Playing drums, guitar, football and talking about books. Check it out!

 

 

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Two Crime Writers and a Microphone

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I had a blast talking bollocks with Steve Cavanagh and Luca Veste on their podcast, Two Crime Writers and a Microphone. Check it out!

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Reviews in Scotland on Sunday and The Skinny

A couple more press reviews for Fault Lines, both raving about the book:

Scotland on Sunday: ‘And just as the reader can take no more, the book builds towards an explosive climax.’
The Skinny: ‘Intriguing from concept to conclusion, Fault Lines is as original and creative a psychological ride as they come.’

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