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Tomorrow, Edinburgh, me and Laura Lippman!

I’m super-mega-ultra excited to be doing a turn at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Thursday 15th August, 6.45pm with the amazing Laura Lippman. Our latest books have a fair bit in common, so should be a good ‘un. Event details … Continue reading

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My review of Strange Bodies by Marcel Theroux for Independent on Sunday

  Like I keep saying, been slack at putting these up here, so just posting this review now of Strange Bodies (Faber) by Marcel Theroux that ran in Independent on Sunday a while back. I really loved this book – … Continue reading

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Faber & Faber, how come you are so good?*

This is going to sound like total brown-nosing (ass-kissing to my American friends), but most of my favourite books of this year so far have been published by Faber & Faber. My publisher. Seriously, here’s a list of fantastic novels: … Continue reading

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The next book is GO!

I’m delighted to announce that my next novel, THE DEAD BEAT, is to be published by Faber & Faber in the summer of 2014. I won’t give much away here, but it’s about a trainee obituary writer who gets involved … Continue reading

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