I am pleased to reveal the cover of Dark is the Day by Tana Collins, the fourth book in the Inspector Jim Carruthers Series.
Here’s the blurb:
DI Jim Carruthers has to put his personal feelings for newly- appointed DCI Sandra McTavish aside when a young student is brutally attacked and left for dead.
Meanwhile, when a university lecturer is stalked by one of her own students, Carruthers is horrified to discover that the academic is none other than his ex-wife, Mairi. Are the attacker and stalker one and the same, and if so, will Carruthers’ ex-wife be next?
When a second then a third victim is discovered, not only dead but mutilated, Carruthers and his team are tasked with searching for a murderer. A murderer who takes great pleasure from killing.
What is the victims’ connection to a cult in North America, which seems to be getting a stranglehold in a Scottish university? Why have these women been targeted? And who is doing the killing?
It looks like there might be a serial killer on the loose in Castletown but can DI Jim Carruthers stop this depraved murderer before they strike again?
21st March 2020 CHANGE OF EVENT The event to celebrate Small Press Day at Waterstone’s, Princess Street, Edinburgh alongside Lesley Kelly and David F Ross will now be conducted at 6pm over Twitter!
3rd May 2020 I will be appearing on a panel at the Newcastle Crime Writers Festival with Jackie McLean; Ian Skewis and Lesley Kelly. BREAKING NEWS: Sadly the event has had to be cancelled due to fears of Coronavirus.
Update: The event has now gone online and can be found under Newcastle Noir 2020 Part 2 There’s Been a Murder, Sir.
15th August 2020 I will be appearing live on line at 3pm in the Fife panel in a brand new festival put together by the amazing Lynsey Adams.
17th September 2020 I will be appearing on a panel at Wigan Noir organised by the lovely Malcolm Hollingdrake – event now cancelled.
Breaking News: The fifth book in the series, In Deep Water, will now be released 24th August 2020!