Best British Crime volume 10

Posted by on January 22nd, 2013

Really pleased to say that my story “God moving over the face of the waters” has been included in the latest volume of Maxim Jakubowski’s Mammoth Book of Best British Crime:

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I’m especially pleased because: a) I don’t write many short stories; b) it came from Off the Record 1, and any success for the story necessarily reflects on Luca Veste as the editor of that fine charity anthology; and c) just look at this contents page:

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THE BONE-HEADED LEAGUE  – Lee Child

THIS THING OF DARKNESS   – Peter Tremayne

BIG GUY  – Paul Johnston

THE CONSPIRATOR   – Christopher Fowler

SQUEAKY   – Martin Edwards

FISTS OF DESTINY  – Col Bury

NAIN ROUGE  – Barbara Nadel

THE KING OF OUDH’S CURRY  – Amy Myers

LONDON CALLING  – Ian Ayris & Nick Quantrill

THE CURIOUS AFFAIR OF THE DEODAND – Lisa Tuttle

GOD MOVING OVER THE FACE OF THE WATERS – Steve Mosby

STARDUST – Phil Lovesey

HE DID NOT ALWAYS SEE HER – Claire Seeber

METHOD MURDER   – Simon Brett

THE MAN WHO TOOK OFF HIS HAT TO THE DRIVER OF THE TRAIN  – Peter Turnbull

TOGETHER IN ELECTRIC DREAMS  – Carol Anne Davis

LAST TRAIN FROM DESPRIT  – Richard Godwin

THE MESSAGE   – Margaret Murphy

TEA FOR TWO  – Sally Spedding

SAFE AND SOUND  – Edward Marston

CONFESSION  – Paula Williams

TEN BELLS AT ROBBIE’S  – Tony Black

WILKOLAK  – Nina Allan

WHO KILLED SKIPPY?  – Paul D. Brazill

INHERITANCE  – Jane Casey

A MEMORABLE DAY  – L.C. Tyler

LAPTOP  – Cath Staincliffe

BLOOD ON THE GHAT  – Barry Maitland

VANISHING ACT  – Christine Poulson

THE BETRAYED   – Roger Busby

TURNING THE TABLES  – Judith Cutler

HANDY MAN  – John Harvey

THE INVISIBLE GUNMAN  – Keith McCarthy

THE GOLDEN HOUR  – Bernie  Crosthwaite

THE HABIT OF SILENCE  – Ann Cleeves

THE UNKNOWN CRIME  – Sarah Rayne

THE LADDER  – Adrian McKinty

THE HOSTESS  – Joel Lane

COME AWAY WITH ME  – Stella Duffy

BEDLAM  – Ken Bruen

4 A.M., WHEN THE WALLS ARE THINNER  – Alison  Littlewood

THE CASE OF DEATH AND HONEY   – Neil Gaiman

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Fine company to see my name included with. I’m really pleased.

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2 Responses to “Best British Crime volume 10”

  1. Luca Veste Says:

    Cheers for the shout-out Steve, but that story was all you sir. I was just incredibly pleased to showcase it. Well deserved placing amongst this cast!

    Look forward to buying this when it’s out.

  2. Ramsey Campbell Says:

    Hurrah!

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