It was a really good night, with a great turnout even though there was competition elsewhere in town from Stuart MacBride and Chris Brookmyre. Neil Broadfoot did a fantastic job on the questions.
The new book has picked up some nice reviews so far:
"Another gripping release from Mason Cross in what was already an excellent series."
- Keith Nixon, Crime Fiction Lover
"This fourth Carter Blake book is a well-plotted and tension-filled tale, delivering more twists and turns than the Hampton Court maze and is packed with memorably drawn characters"
"If you're a thriller fan who packs a summer blockbuster as a holiday read then don't leave home without this."
- Peterborough Telegraph
"Mason Cross has succeeded yet again in delivering that pace and drive and character and story all in one neat package that sweeps you up and carries you along for the duration, never allowing you back down until you are sated by the ending and wishing you could go back and start all over again. A five star read."
Next up... Crimefest, where I'm looking forward to appearing on a couple of panels and particularly doing a drinks reception with two of my very favourite Steves: Mosby and Cavanagh.