So there’s been a ton of coverage for Crash Land since I last rounded stuff up. Here is all that guff in one place:
A cracking Author in the Spotlight interview over at my local Portobello Book Blog. I talk a bit about the next book, if you’re interested.
Two daft Antipodean ladies chew over Crash Land on their Crime Time podcast. Very funny.
Absolutely lovely review by Jordan Ogg on The Island Review, one of my favourite websites.
‘A classic thriller’ says Paul Diggett at Nudge Book. Thanks!
Here I am at the Faber Blog chatting with my editor at Angus Cargill about the inspiration behind the book.
Paul Cockburn really loved the book over at Crime Scene. Thanks Paul!
A daft video of me talking about my phrenology head for the Royal Literary Fund.
A really sweet feature in Living Orkney on crime thrillers set on Orkney, featuring Lin Anderson, Louise Welsh, Sara Bailey and myself.
Lovely wee write up by Sandra on her Beauty Balm Blog.
Cracking wee mention in Book Oxygen.
Crash Land made it into Scots Whay Hae’s Best Books of 2016.
Shari Low picks Crash Land as one of her Christmas books in the Daily Record
It also got a mention in the Scottish Book Trust’s Books of the Year.
The lovely Alex Gray gave it a namecheck in her books of the year in The Herald.
The Financial Times gets in on the act, Barry Forshaw giving Crash Land an honourable mention.
Quite proud to get a wee slagging in the Daily Mail, if I’m honest.
Undiscovered Scotland rave about the book and its setting. Which is nice.
Amanda Gillies at Eurocrime has been one of my biggest supporters, and she loved Crash Land – thanks, Amanda!
‘A superbly skilful writer.’ Why thank you, Harriet Devine!
The Sunday Times in Ireland gave Crash Land some love. Ta!