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Extract 2 - The Man Who Played Trains

Spargo sat alone in the hotel bar, picking at crisps and nuts. Sipping at the whisky, he remembered the no alcohol warning he’d been given at Raigmore when they dosed him with painkillers. 223 more words

Up and Running!

I was allowed behind the scenes to experience the exhibition of Cornish artists – West meets West – being unpacked and arranged. It’s quite a process. 618 more words

West Cork Blog

Day 1084: Dictator

Dictator is the final volume in Robert Harris’s trilogy about the great Roman statesman, Cicero. This trilogy has truly been spell-binding.

The novel begins in dark times for Cicero, when he and his family are hounded out of Rome by Julius Caesar, his greatest enemy. 163 more words


PRESS RELEASE - The Man Who Played Trains


The gripping new thriller from the author of ‘Playpits Park’

Press information for immediate release: 10/05/2017

The Man Who Played Trains… 531 more words

New Thriller out soon!

The Man Who Played Trains will be available in good bookshops and direct from Urbame Publications, Waterstones, Blackwell’s and Amozon etc., after 25th May.

My novel is set in Edinburgh, Germany, and the north of Scotland. 23 more words

Conclave by Robert Harris

Robert Harris just can’t help himself. After 282 pages of taut thriller about a lot of very old men sitting in a darkened room and putting names in a (papal) hat, he goes and throws in an unnecessary complication. 332 more words

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