Tagged: Martina Cole

Martina Cole receives CWA Diamond Dagger

Martina Cole has been awarded the highest honour in British crime writing, the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA) Diamond Dagger, almost 30 years after she was "dismissed by... Read more

Welbeck picks Calvey's first novel The Locksmith

Welbeck Publishing Group has acquired The Locksmith by Linda Calvey, to be published with a foreword from Martina Cole. Read more

Martina Cole's autumn novel postponed to 2021

Headline has announced that the publication of Martina Cole’s forthcoming hardback Loyalty will be postponed until autumn 2021 owing to the author's ill health.... Read more

Child, Cole and Rankin join online festival in support of food banks

Crime fiction writers, including Lee Child, Martina Cole and Ian Rankin, are participating in an online festival to raise money for the food bank charity Trussel... Read more

Pictures of the week

#Merky Books holds its first ever free writer's camp in this week's pictures round-up, while Sir Philip Pullman is knighted and Bryony Gordan launches her... Read more

Cole praises 'diverse' Capital Crime line-up as Rankin and Mukherjee join bill

Martina Cole has praised the line-up for London's new crime and thriller festival Capital Crime as organisers reveal further names for the inaugural event, including... Read more

Cole Burrows to the top; Oliphant hits half a million

After narrowly missing out on the top spot in the previous week, Martina Cole has returned to the summit, earning her 12th UK Official Top 50 number... Read more

McDermid and Horowitz join Noirwich Crime Fest's 'killer' line-up

Val McDermid, Anthony Horowitz and Martina Cole have been confirmed on the killer line-up for the fourth Noirwich Crime Writing Festival. Read more

Cole on a roll: Betrayal at number one for a second week

Martina Cole has scored a second week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, with Betrayal (Headline) selling 23,091 copies for £84,919. Read more

Cole-blooded: Betrayal steals away with the number one spot

Martina Cole's Betrayal (Headline) has swiped the UK Official Top 50 number one spot from Ian Rankin's Rather Be the Devil (Orion).... Read more

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