Monthly Archives: February 2018

Fault Lines is out in ebook today!

GET IT HERE! Brilliantly constructed speculative crime fiction, a¬†classic whodunit and a dark psychological suspense,¬†Doug Johnstone returns with his most explosive and original thriller yet. In a reimagined contemporary Edinburgh, where a tectonic fault has opened up to produce a … Continue reading

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FLCW @ ReimagiNation: Glenrothes

Another day, another Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers gig! Check out this mini-festival in Glenrothes, where we’re playing, and each of us is doing other actual book events too. Get ready, Fife! Saturday 19th May. Tickets here.  

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Orenda Roadshow in Liverpool

Liverpudlians! Look at this mad thing happening on Monday, right on your doorstep! How the hell will it work? Only one way to find out!

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Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers in Pitlochry

Hey, we’re playing at the Winter Words festival in Pitlochry next Saturday 17th Feb. Come and rock!

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Big Issue Reviews

Here’s my latest book reviews in The Big Issue magazine, two belting crime novels, William Boyle’s Gravesend (No Exit) and Eva Dolan’s This Is How It Ends (Raven).

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The Best Advice I Ever Received

Here’s a thing I recorded for the Royal Literary Fund about the best advice I ever received. They meant in terms of my writing, so not gambling tips or cookery lessons or whatever. Enjoy!

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