My crime novels Tide of Death and In Cold Daylight are soon to be published in China

Translation rights have been sold to China for two of my crime novels, Tide of Death the first in the Inspector Andy Horton marine mystery series and In Cold Daylight a crime thriller novel about the cover up of the mysterious deaths of firefighters killed in the line of duty. They are to be published in China later this year by Guizhou People’s Publishing House of Guizhou in the People’s Republic of China and I'm looking forward to receiving my author copies. I'll post pictures of the jacket images here. 

The deal was done through my China Agents, Chengdu Rightol Media & Advertisement Co Ltd. of Chengdu, China.


This comes at the same time as the Isle of Wight County Press announced that the Isle of Wight is to be represented at an international tourism event in China in the hope of attracting more visitors from China to the Island. Perhaps my crime novels set in the Solent will help. And perhaps the Chinese publisher might like to consider publishing In For The Kill which is set on the Isle of Wight and the fifth in the Inspector Andy Horton series, Blood on the Sand which is also set on the Island!  You never know..

Isle of Wight being sold to China:

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