Welcome to my website – home of the Teifi Valley Coroner series.
Click on the various tabs above to find out: what I’m doing at the moment (Blog), where you might see me in the future (Events), the area where the books are set (The Teifi Valley), the criminal justice system in 1850s West Wales (Getting Away with Murder) and information about my books (Testament, None So Blind)
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I will be appearing with other members of Crime Cymru at Crickhowell Literary Festival on Thursday 5th October 8pm. Click here for more details and to buy tickets. And, just in case you’re interested, my latest blog is about festivals and their importance.
21st September ’17
My article on Crime Cymru is now on the Wales Arts Review website. You can see it here:
I’m really pleased that I’m going to be appearing at Cardiff Book Festival with Rosie Claverton under the Crime Cymru banner. We’ll be discussing detective duos from Holmes and Watson through Starsky and Hutch, Scott and Bailey to our own Harry and John, Jason and Amy. Tickets available from the Cardiff Book Festival website.
I’m very pleased to announce that None So Blind has been nominated for the Guardian’s Not the Booker Prize. Though there are over 150 nominees, it’s still very gratifying that, from amongst the thousands of eligible books, None So Blind has been valued sufficiently to be nominated. If you’d like more information about the prize or, more to the point, if you’ve read teh novel and would like to vote for it, you can find all the relevant details here:
Many thanks, in advance, to anybody who’s kind enough to take the trouble to vote.
BBC Radio Wales Interview 24th June.
You can hear me being interviewed about None So Blind and the Rebecca Riots here on BBC Radio Wales’s book programme, Phil The Shelf. My segment begins at 17 minutes and 54 seconds. Many thanks to Phil Rickman for the invitation.
23rd June 2017
For those of you who are hungry for information about me and my work, you can now read a Q and A session with me about None So Blind and all things writing at Col’s Criminal Library.
2nd June 2017
I am very pleased to announce that I have been asked to appear at the international crime fiction festival Bloody Scotland, this September. And even more delighted to be appearing on a panel with Shona Maclean (The Redemption of Alexander Seaton, The Seeker, and more) whom I have long admired and with Kaite Welsh, whose first novel The Wages of Sin sounds fantastically intriguing.
You can see the whole programme here, if you’re interested. Let me know if you’re going and we can meet up!