Monthly Archives: July 2012

Fast-talking sweaty Scotsman talks shite shocker!

Ha ha! Here is me, talking to Matt Thorne for a Fiction Uncovered thing. I’m talking fast, looking sweaty, and saying some pretty stupid things. All in all, a cracking success! Enjoy, if you can. Advertisements

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Awesome @McDroll review!

Aye so, the rave reviews of Hit & Run keep on trundling in. This time round, McDroll loved it on her excellent I Meant To Read That blog, describing it as ‘dark, violent and thoroughly enjoyable’. Yowzer, thanks!

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The 10 Best Books of the Year so far

We’re past halfway through the year. So here are my favourite books of the first six months of 2012 in chronological order, with links to reviews where possible: Frank Bill, Crimes in Southern Indiana (William Heinemann) Shalom Auslander, Hope: A … Continue reading

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Do you want to review The Ossians?

Hey folks, I’m back again! This time, my second novel The Ossians has also just been published as an ebook by Faber Crime. You can download it here. If you’re a gen up blogger, reviewer etc and you want a … Continue reading

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Do you want to review Tombstoning?

Hey folks, my debut novel Tombstoning has just been published as an ebook by Faber Crime. You can download it here. Are you a bona fide blogger, reviewer etc? Do you want a review copy? Then drop me a line … Continue reading

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