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Category Archive for 'In The Dock'

In The Dock – Guy Saville

I am pleased to welcome author Guy Saville to In The Dock to talk about his debut novel, The Afrika Reich. Born in England in 1973, Guy lived in both South America and North Africa, before returning to England and writing The Afrika Reich. An alternate history thriller set for the majority in 1952 North Africa, the book […]

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In The Dock – Matthew Dunn

For this latest installment of In The Dock I am pleased to welcome first-time author – and former MI6 officer – Matthew Dunn. Trained by SIS, Dunn used his skills in the areas of intelligence collection and direct action on operations around the world and worked on joint-operations with MI5, GCHQ and the CIA. Indeed, […]

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For this latest addition to In The Dock I am thrilled to welcome New York Times and Sunday Times Number One bestselling author Tess Gerritsen. It all began a couple of weeks ago, when one of Transworld’s publicists [@BenWillisUK for all of you discerning tweeters!] emailed me to ask if I would like to interview […]

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For this latest instalment of In The Dock it is my pleasure to welcome a thriller writer that I have long been a fan of, Karin Slaughter. The author of eleven novels, Slaughter is a New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller, who has sold over 25 million copies around the world and been translated […]

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For the latest instalment of In The Dock, Crime and Publishing welcomes someone who is certainly more used to being on the other side of the court room. Marcia Clark is a former Los Angeles deputy district attorney who was the lead prosecutor on the O.J. Simpson murder case in 1995. Having co-written a bestselling non-fiction […]

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For the latest session of In The Dock, it is Crime and Publishing‘s pleasure to welcome Number One Sunday Times bestselling author Simon Kernick to the hot seat. His first novel, The Business of Dying, was published in 2001 to wide-spread acclaim. However, it was his fifth book, 2007’s Relentless [a novel whose title has proven to be […]

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In The Dock – Luigi Bonomi

For the second instalment of In The Dock, Crime and Publishing is pleased to welcome literary agent Luigi Bonomi of LBA, whose agency looks after authors including David Gibbins, Simon Kernick, Matthew Dunn, Alan Titchmarsh,  James May, Richard Hammond, Josephine Cox, Matt Hilton and Sam Christer, amongst many others. Having started his career as an editor at Harlequin […]

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In The Dock – Daniel Mallory

For the first session of In The Dock, Crime and Publishing welcomes Daniel Mallory, Sphere editorial director, whose authors include Jeff Abbott, Christopher Ransom, Louise Penny, and Stephen Booth. He joined Little, Brown at the beginning of 2010 after several years spent teaching and researching at Oxford University, and he has written book reviews for the […]

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Soon in Session – In The Dock

So far this blog has focused more upon the Crime [fiction] element of its name and less upon the Publishing. However, from next week a new feature, In The Dock, will try to blend the two aspects together. In The Dock will take the form of a number of question and answer sessions with people […]

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