Tagged: Mark Billingham

Koomson, de Waal and Billingham among Quick Reads authors

Titles by Dorothy Koomson, Kit de Waal and Mark Billingham are among the "enticing" Quick Reads books for next year's campaign. Read more

Child, Rankin and McDermid longlisted for Theakston crime novel award

Lee Child, Ian Rankin and Val McDermid have all been longlisted for the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award. Read more

Galbraith, McDermid and Child make Dead Good Reader shortlists

The Dead Good Reader Awards shortlists have been announced, featuring Val McDermid, Lee Child and Peter James along with Robert Galbraith, C L Taylor and Stuart MacBride.... Read more

Rankin, Cole and Billingham lined up for Bloody Scotland

Ian Rankin, Val McDermid, Martina Cole and Mark Billingham are among the stellar names lined up for the fifth Bloody Scotland festival in Stirling.... Read more

Theakstons shortlists J K Rowling and honours McDermid

J K Rowling under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith has progressed to the shortlist of the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year.... Read more

Women writers launch London crime festival

A collective of women crime writers in London and the South East are launching London’s first ever female-led crime festival. Read more

Three new Mark Billingham novels to Little, Brown

Little, Brown has acquired three new novels by bestseller Mark Billingham. Read more

J K Rowling, McDermid and Cleeves compete on Theakston's longlist

For the first time J K Rowling's pseudonym Robert Galbraith has made the longlist for the £3,000 Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year.... Read more

Amazon fake reviews bought for £3

Fake five-star reviews for books on Amazon can be bought for as little as £3 a time, a newspaper investigation has found. The Sunday... Read more

Sphere and Penguin launch crime podcasts

Crime writer Mark Billingham and author Michael Carlson are to host a new podcast series for Sphere. Meanwhile Penguin has launched a series to promote... Read more

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