A cover image for the new Gerald Seymour novel No Mortal Thing has appeared on Amazon.co.uk.
Publication date is still set for January 2016.
Just a quick update regarding the release date on the new novel No Mortal Thing. The book was originally due to come out in July 2015. I’ve just had word from Hodder books that the release date has now been set for January 2016.
So that’s a slightly longer gap between books. But I think we’ve been lucky to have a new book released every summer since 2008, by my reckoning.
Additionally a look at the Amazon UK listings shows that Hodder is planning a special 40th anniversary edition of Harry’s Game for the later part of this year. More news on that as I get it.
Yes, it’s that time again, tomorrow is New Gerald Seymour Paperback Day and Vagabond will be out in book shops.
Actually it’s out already. By which I mean that my local Tesco had it out on the shelves when I stopped by tonight. So you’ve no excuse not to buy it for a mere £3.85.*
* Insert generic disclaimer along the lines of “other book shops are available”…
Just a quick alert that The Works has the paperback of The Outsiders for just £1.99 in store or online.
Well worth picking up a copy if you don’t already have the book.
Readers in the Hampshire area have a chance to meet Gerald Seymour next Wednesday. See the details below.
Meet the Author ~ Gerald Seymour
Petersfield Library, Hampshire.
Wednesday 23 July, 7.30pm.
Call 01730 267806
We’re delighted to welcome Gerald Seymour. Harry’s Game, published in 1975 and subsequently made into a series for television, was an instant bestseller. Gerald has since published a book every year.
‘Vagabond’ marks a return to Northern Ireland, his first book to be set there since the Good Friday agreement was put in place. His novels are all originally researched with carefully constructed observation and brilliant characterisation.
Gerald was a reporter for ITN covering stories including The Troubles, Vietnam, the Great Train Robbery and The Munich Olympics Massacre. He featured in the Oscar winning documentary ‘One Day in September’.
Come and hear Gerald in conversation about his fascinating career, from reporter to novelist.
Sad news. It has been announced that Harry’s Game actor Ray Lonnen has died.
Read the BBC News article here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-28307388
Ray Lonnen also appeared in the ITV drama series The Sandbaggers which was a realistic look at how the intelligence services worked in Britain during the Cold War. Highly recommended.