Depeschen mit dem Leitwort The Necessary Death Of Lewis Winter

  • Chamber Music by Tom Benn
  • The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter by Malcolm Mackay
  • Western Approaches by Graham Hurley
  • Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer

Jake Kerridge with a fresh crime fiction round up: His view on new Books by Tom Benn, Malcom Mackay, Graham Hurley and Belinda Bauer you can read at The Telegraph.

»Calum is a killer but he has no qualms about the morality of what he does and that’s what interested me about him. He worries about his professionalism, about doing the job well. Also, I do think we share some characteristics. We’re both introverted, although obviously I could never kill anyone – only on the page.«

Malcolm MacKay

Jackie McGlone in conversation with writer Malcolm MacKay. His debut novel The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter has just been released. Read the interview and portait at Scotsman.

»I’ve probably been most influenced by classic American crime – Jim Thompson, Dashiell Hammett and the like. I love the ability they had to make essentially bad people so fascinating and sometimes endearing.«

Malcolm Mackay

David Prestidge in conversation with Scottish author Malcolm Mackay. His debut novel The Necessary Death Of Lewis Winter will be published in January 2013. The interview can be read right now – at Crime Fiction Lover.