Hope to meet my Turkish Publishers at the 2013 London Book Fair when Turkey is to be the featured Country

Turkey is to be the "market focus" country at the London Book Fair in 2013. It seems a long way off but hopefully I will be at the London Book Fair in 2013 (as well as in 2012) because two of my crime novels are published in Turkey.

In For The Kill and In Cold Daylight my crime thriller novels are published in Turkey by Babıali Kültür Yayıncılığı one of the country’s leading publishers.

In Cold Daylight, was shortlisted for the World Book Day Prize 2008 and voted number three by the public as the most popular book in an on line poll.

Before fire-fighter Jack Bartholomew can reveal the cause of his own – and his colleagues’ cancer- he is murdered and silenced forever. But in a cryptic message he orchestrated before his untimely death, he has left a trail of clues that will lead his best friend, Marine Artist, Adam Greene, into a labyrinth of lies, secrets and government conspiracy.

In For The Kill

A compelling thriller about what happens to one man when his identity is stolen. For Alex Albury the nightmare that destroyed his life will only end in death; his or his tormentor’s. With its twists and turns the reader is sucked into a frightening and totally believable world of deception, betrayal and revenge in a highly topical story that has its roots deep in the past.

General Director of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism Onur Bilge Kula says in the announcement: "The London Book Fair will be a good stage in which Turkish literature and publishing sector can show their strength, creativity and dynamism to help increase their market share in the English speaking world."

It would be good to meet my Turkish publishers at the London Book Fair 2013.

Also published in Poland and Indonesia and China.


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