At this week’s CRIMEFEST, FIELD GRAY won the eDUNNIT award for best crime ebook of 2010. The eDUNNIT award is one of three awards given at the popular international crime fiction convention held annually in Bristol, UK. See the CRIMEFEST Web site for more.
FIELD GRAY is back at #9 on the Maclean’s list of bestselling fiction in Canada for the week of May 23, moving down two spots on its fourth consecutive week on the top-ten list. See this week’s complete list of best sellers.
Field Gray moved up from #9 to #7 on the Maclean’s list of bestselling fiction in Canada for the week of May 17, its third consecutive week on the top-ten list. Congratulations to Philip Kerr, Quercus, Marian Wood, and Putnam! See the complete list for this week.
Philip Kerr recently sat down with Bill Thompson of Eye on Books. The 15-minute audio interview is now posted in Interviews and Appearances.
Philip Kerr has penned a review of Erik Larson’s new book IN THE GARDEN OF BEASTS for the May 13, 2011, Washington Post.
“Beautiful, intelligent, willful and highly sexed (a perfect heroine), no sooner had Martha arrived in Berlin than she was conducting affairs with several leading Nazis, including Ernst “Putzi” Hanfstaengl, who at one stage tried to persuade her to become Hitler’s mistress. Repelled by Hitler’s halitosis and his even more revolting Weltanschauung, Martha found herself drawn to a very tall man at the Russian Embassy who became her lover, her mentor and, later on, her spy master.”
Philip Kerr’s recent half-hour-long interview by Vick Mickunas of WYSO’s Book Nook program is now posted. Visit the Interviews and Appearances page to listen.
Field Gray comes in at number 9 on the Maclean’s list of top selling hardcover fiction in Canada for the week of May 3. View the complete list.