Monthly Archives: April 2020


Cover art by Ben Baldwin, for Iterations

Murder by Numbers, the seventh novel in the Langham and Dupré series, was due out in May but has wisely been pushed back to August – though it’s listed as a November release on Amazon. Later this year the fourth novella in the Kon-Tiki Quartet, Iterations, written with Keith Brooke, will come out form PS Publishing.

A new imprint, Stone Owl Books, based in Edinburgh, will publish my homage to SF and Ace Doubles, the thirty thousand word novella, Ace Doubles. It’s about a curmudgeonly fifty-something SF writer, and strange goings-on in Yorkshire.

On the short story front, the latest edition of the Irish SF magazine, Albedo One, includes my short tale “Panspermia High”. Due out in Lightspeed SF magazine later this year is my collaboration with Keith, “Me Two”. My crime tale “Gorilla Tactics” will appear in 2020 in Impossible Crimes and Puzzling Deaths, an anthology edited by Maxim Jakubowski.

And finally, many thanks to Lee Pfahler for alerting me to something called ‘Search for Sol’; though it’s listed on Amazon under my name, I didn’t write it.


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Stories of Hope

Out now is Stories of Hope, edited by Ian Whates, from NewCon Press – the proceeds from which will be donated to the NHS and healthcare workers. The anthology contains stories by Stephen Baxter, Peter Hamilton, Christopher Priest and many more. Also included is my “The Kings of Eternity”, from which grew my novel of the same title. To buy it, click here



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