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The beginnings of TUESDAY FALLING.

Happy Publication Day to Tuesday Falling! Author S. Williams takes us through the underground origins of his new book. When I was six I got into trouble for smashing a hole in the back of my cupboard with my dad’s hammer, trying to find Narnia. It wasn’t a lot of trouble,… Read More

Preview: TUESDAY FALLING by S. Williams

Sometimes, I like to just sit on the tube, travelling from station to station. The station, then the tunnel, then the station. Over and over. The white. The black. I never look directly at anyone; I always look at them in the windows. Read More

Meet Ex-Police Detective Luke Delaney

  Luke Delaney isn't just an ex-Police Detective, he's also our brand new crime author, and he's about to release a book, Cold Killing, that we're all unbelievably excited about. Below, you can read what he told us about how he became a writer, and beneath that there's an opportunity to read the first two chapters from Cold Killing. In case the title doesn't already give it away, this isn't a book to read before bedtime...   "My senior school was a huge inner city affair. I often thought we were sent there to keep us off the streets rather than to be educated, the teachers having long since given up on us, but even then I loved to write stories. Unfortunately, if the school itself wasn’t a big enough obstacle to any literary ambitions, I was also slightly dyslexic and found my inability to spell and lack of grammar defeated me. I left school, as did most of us, with almost no qualifications. Read More

On Location with Will Adams

Yesterday a couple of the Killer Reads team were lucky enough to escape from our base in Hammersmith and spend the day in central London filming with author Will Adams. Will is the author of the Daniel Knox archaeological thrillers, The Alexander Cipher, The Exodus Quest, The Lost Labyrinth and the forthcoming The Eden Legacy. Spending time in Trafalgar Square, at St Martin in the Fields and down on the Embankment we found ourselves in between trying to film fighting off pigeons, entertaining curious tourists and placating inquisitive security guards. Read More

Mark Sanderson

Mark Sanderson is a journalist writing mainly for the Sunday Telegraph and Evening Standard. Since 1999 he has written the Literary Life column in the Sunday Telegraph. A memoir, Wrong Rooms, published in 2002 to widespread acclaim was described… Read More

Robert Wilson in conversation Pt 2

Robert Wilson gives us some sneaky details about his next title…. I’m developing new ideas for my latest book at the moment. It’s going to be set in London and I’m looking forward to speaking English in my books, i.e. writing with no Spanish language/cultural filter as I’ve done these… Read More