The awful thing is that the agency staff are probably secretly congratulating themselves for placing this piss-poor movie poster on Stockwell Station, where Jean Charles de Menezes was gunned down by police.
The copyline reads; ‘Three’s nothing wrong with a little shooting as long as the right people get shot.’ Welcome to London. Shot by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top row, left to right: Steve Jones, Jo Fletcher, Pete Crowther, Ramsey Campell, Christopher Teague, Joel Lane. Bottom row, left to right: Me, Conrad Williams, Vincent Chong.
Ever bought one of my books and thought ‘Hmmm, I wonder what else Christopher recommends?’ Well, according to Amazon, this is what my readers would also enjoy. Thanks go to Ian Alexander Martin of Humdrumming Books, who pointed this out.
How to Get Things Really Flat: A Man’s Guide to Ironing, Dusting and Other Household Arts
Details about the plot of the seventh Bryant & May mystery can now be found by clicking on their page, top right, and scrolling down. Obviously it’s early days yet, but the book is finished and delivered, and I’m very happy to be back with the old geezers.
When you read ‘Gormenghast’ it’s almost impossible not to picture the city in your mind’s eye. It makes me want to visit Al Hajarah in Yemen, just to see if Titus Groan is living there…
The Kingdom of Gormenghast?
Ever since Alaskan moose-mom Sarah Palin appeared as John McCain’s running mate, something has been bugging me. That strangely timeless hairdo, the frozen look in her eyes, the face that tells you she doesn’t take kindly to anything that isn’t ‘normal’ – where had I seen it before?
Then it hit me.
Sarah Palin is the reincarnation [...]
‘The Victoria Vanishes’ is making an appearance unabridged (hurrah!) on audio books now (CDs) A nifty new cover, and the ever excellent Tim Goodman reading to you while you’re tucked up in the warm, watching the rain course down the windows in this typical British summer.
Bryant & May encounter giant phone box
These audio books [...]