Tickets Available On Door For ‘Plastic’ Launch
Thanks to the start of the summer holidays we still have tickets available for the launch of PLASTIC. This is my dark comedy-thriller about London, credit cards, murder, female empowerment and shopping at gunpoint.
Why did it take six years to get a novel published? I’ll be talking to Joanne Harris at Foyles and signing the paperbacks, priced just £7.99, on Thursday July 18th at 6:30pm. Tickets can be purchased right now!
Peter James:’I’ve loved everything of his I’ve ever read, and with PLASTIC he’s raised his game even higher.’
Jake Arnott: ‘A breathtaking thriller set in the dark shadows of the everyday. PLASTIC is a razor-sharp parable of modern life.’
The Independent:’The Dark reverse of a personal growth novel, a hoot of a crime thriller!’
Gary McMahon; ‘What a beautifully written, perfectly paced book.’
Here’s what the Foyle’s website has to say…
It takes just 24 hours for shopaholic suburban housewife June Cryer’s life to be turned upside down, when she finds herself homeless, friendless and moneyless, and trying to solve an impossible crime. In Plastic, Christopher Fowler, author of Hell Train and the ‘Bryant & May’ novels, gives us an explosive thriller about the nightmarish scenarios that lurk around the corners of everyday life.
Plastic is published by Solaris and the foreword is written by Joanne Harris.
Tickets: £5/£3, Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you will receive is proof of your reservation.
Venue: Gallery at Foyles