April sees the publication of the new DI Andy Horton, a talk, radio interview and visit to the London Book Fair

April sees the publication of the eleventh in the DI Andy Horton police procedural crime series, Shroud of Evil.

In Shroud of Evil DI Andy Horton is assigned the case of a missing person: Jasper Kenton, a  private investigator. When Kenton’s car turns up,  and a shocking discovery is made, things turn serious and Horton finds himself embroiled in an investigation that has major personal  ramifications, and one in which he has no choice but to withhold vital information, even if it means the end of his career.

Published in hardcover and available from all good bookshops, on line and for loan in libraries.  It will be published in the USA in hardcover in August 2014 when it will also be released as an e book and available on Kindle, Nook and Kobo.


On 1 April 2014 I will be entertaining members of Southampton U3A with a talk about my crime novels and how I plot, research and write them.

London Book Fair

Then on 9 April I will be at the London Book Fair meeting with my colleagues in the book trade and with my publisher and overseas agents.

Radio Interview

On 29 April I will once again be on BBC Radio Solent talking to Julian Clegg on his Breakfast Show at 6.40am. 

But if you're not an early riser then you can listen to Julian Clegg's show on the BBC Radio Solent website up to seven days after the programme is broadcast.

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