Am currently touring with the newly formed Classic Thriller Company. Rehearsal for Murder is a play set in London's West End and is a piece written by the creators of Columbo and Murder She Wrote. Although a critically unfashionable genre, the stage thriller seems to be hugely popular with audiences around the country. Happily we are playing to terrific houses and the response is greatly encouraging for the company and all involved in it.
With my second Sullivan and Broderick murder mystery - The Poisoned Rock - about to be published on Kindle and a third being edited, I'm pretty much overwhelmed with clues, plot twists and cunning psychopaths to hunt down. My first crime novella - The Rock - is also being developed for television and moving at quite a swift pace. I'm very much enjoying the collaboration and plethora of exciting ideas the process is generating. Hopefully, Sullivan and Broderick of the Royal Gibraltar Police Force will have both a screen and page life to look forward to. The result of all this is that I am slowly being dragged into the modern age with both a Twitter and Facebook Author's Page. For an old fashioned boy, it's all a bit 'Beam me up Scotty'.