Tuesday 17 November 2015

Luca Veste Comin' to Bel-fast, eh?

Go to No Alibis tomorrow because this:

Luca Veste
In Conversation with Steve Cavanagh
Wednesday 18th November at 6:30PM
Tickets: FREE 

"No Alibis is pleased to invite you to celebrate the launch of Luca Veste's new novel, BLOODSTREAM, on Wednesday 18th November at 6:30pm.

Social media stars Chloe Morrison and Joe Hooper seem to have it all - until their bodies are found following an anonymous phone call to their high-profile agent. Tied and bound to chairs facing each other, their violent deaths cause a media scrum to descend on Liverpool, with DI David Murphy and DS Laura Rossi assigned to the case.

Murphy is dismissive, but the media pressure intensifies when another couple is found in the same manner as the first. Only this time the killer has left a message. A link to a private video on the internet, and the words 'Nothing stays secret'. It quickly becomes clear that more people will die; that the killer believes secrets and lies within relationships should have deadly consequences...

Luca Veste is a writer of Italian and Scouse heritage, married with two young daughters, and one of nine children. He is currently studying psychology and criminology at University in Liverpool.

His debut novel - DEAD GONE - was released by Avon/HarperCollins in December 2013/January 2014. Part psychological thriller, part police procedural, it introduces the detective pairing of DI David Murphy and DS Laura Rossi. The second in the series - THE DYING PLACE - was released for ebook in October 2014, with the paperback following in December. He is also the editor of the Spinetingler Award nominated charity anthology 'Off The Record', and co-editor of 'True Brit Grit', also an anthology of short stories for charity.

A former civil servant, actor, singer and guitarist (although he still picks it up now and again), he now divides his time between home life, Uni work and writing.

Book your place early to avoid disappointment, by emailing David or by calling the shop on 9031 9607."

So there you have it. Luca Veste and Steve Cavanagh. It'll be a cracker.

And, to whet your appetite, there's a very entertaining "Writers in Conversation" piece over at The Writer's Workshop featuring the dynamic duo. Check it out.

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