Depeschen mit dem Leitwort Nick Clark

»I see my path in crime fiction,« he said. »There’s so much variety and scope in the genre and things I’d still like to write.«

Malcolm Mackay

The rising star of tartan noir: Nick Clark about writer Malcolm Mackay, who picked up the Deanston Scottish Crime Book of the Year award for his book How a Gunman Says Goodbye. Read the portrait at The Independent.

»Publishers are like sheep. They go of in droves in pursuit of the new big thing. France is the new big thing. There’s a great combination of real writers with storytelling genius.«

Christopher MacLehose

Is french crime fiction the next big thing? Arts Correspondent Nick Clark (@MrNickClark) with thoughts on the decline of scandinavian crime fiction and the rise of french mysteries. His worth reading article Well it is called noir… How French crime writers killed the competition at The Independent.