West Dunbartonshire Booked Festival Appearance

I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be part of the 2016 West Dunbartonshire Booked Festival. I’ll be talking about my new novel, The Waves Burn Bright, at Clydebank Library on May 17th at 7.30pm. The event is free but ticketed. Full details here. The book tour currently looks like this:

May 17th, 7.30pm, West Dunbartonshire Booked Festival, Clydebank Library
May 19th, 7.30pm, Waterstones, Byres Road, Glasgow
May 20th, 6pm, Leeds Library
May 24th, 6.30pm, Edinburgh Central Library
May 25th, 7.30pm, Bad Language, The Castle Hotel, Manchester

Elsewhere, my review of Keigo Higashino’s A Midsummer’s Equation was in last week’s Japan Times. If you like your whodunits sedate and thoughtful, check it out.

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Feb 15th, 5pm: Readings St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia

Feb 23rd, 3pm: Better Read Than Dead, Sydney, Australia

March 10th 5.15pm: St. Andrews University Japan Society, Scotland

March 11th, 6.30pm: Edinburgh Central Library, Scotland

March 12th, 6pm: Aye Write! Mitchell Library, Glasgow, Scotland

March 25th: Bad Language, Gulliver’s, Manchester, England

March 26th, 6pm: Blackwell’s, High Street, Aberdeen, Scotland

March 28th, 1pm: Citadel Books, Edinburgh, Scotland

March 30th, 4pm: Creative Conversations @ Uni of Glasgow Memorial Chapel, Scotland

April 28th, 6pm: Author’s Live, Bar Iznt, Kobe, Japan

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