Tuesday 14 November 2017

Don't Look For Me - US release date

Don't Look For Me is published in a beautiful hardcover edition by Pegasus Books on 2nd January 2018, which, insanely, is less than two months away.

It's already picked up a nice advance review in Booklist, which said:

"With few pauses for reflection, and plenty of heart-pounding, visceral action, this one immediately calls to mind Lee Child."

...which I will definitely take.

If you're a blogger or reviewer in the US, you can request an advance ebook from Netgalley, or request a review copy or press kit direct from Pegasus.

If you would rather just wait a few weeks and buy a copy, I would obviously be delighted with that outcome too, so here's where you can get it:




(Brits, Canadians, Australians, Kiwis - it's available where you are already.)

And because Pegasus are nice like that, they're also running a Goodreads giveaway to win my entire back catalogue:

However you get hold of it, I hope you enjoy this one.


A nail-biting new thriller ― perfect for fans of Jack Reacher, Alex Cross, and Jason Bourne ― about the desperate hunt for a woman who has a secret to kill for...

Six years ago, the woman Carter Blake loved disappeared and told him not to ever look for her. For six long years, he kept that promise. She was a woman on the run ― a woman with a secret many would kill for. It was better that she stay hidden.

But now someone else is looking for her. Trenton Gage is a hitman with a talent for finding people ― dead or alive. And his next job is to track down the woman Carter Blake once loved, a woman on the run. With both men hunting the same person, the question is: Who will find her first?

Wednesday 1 November 2017

Presumed Dead UK preorder

Presumed Dead, the next Carter Blake book, is published in the UK on 19 April 2018. You can pre-order at the links below, and scroll down further to find out what it's about.

Trade paperback




Fifteen years ago, an unidentified killer terrorised northern Georgia, killing hikers with two shots from a pistol, before disposing of the bodies along the remote trails and in the rivers in the vicinity of Devil Mountain.

The killer was never brought to justice.


Carter Blake has returned home for the first time in many years. The visit stirs old memories, including a girl from school who vanished without a trace.

Blake runs into the mother of the girl, who mentions a case she's come across in Georgia, where someone is convinced their relative is still alive, fifteen years on.

Adeline Connor was the Devil Mountain Killer's last suspected victim. She vanished without a trace.

So why is her brother so convinced she's still alive?

Published April 19, 2018 (Orion)