Writing a book is a horrible, exhausting struggle, like a long bout with some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven on by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand.” ― George Orwell Q - Why did you decide to write a crime thriller? A - I’m a big fan of thriller and conspiracy books and films and I find myself naturally drawn to writers such as Robert Ludlum and John Grisham. I love the journey, the twists and the turns, not knowing … Read More » about Author
With no leads, bodies piling up and pressure from City Hall mounting, Detective Dan Scott needed all the help he could get. But would a theory put together by small town investigative journalist Leigh Turner help them find the man responsible for bringing terror to the streets of L.A.?
This book is very possible and is tense, worryingly realistic and a well crafted plot. The criminal is a nasty piece of work and shows what could happen when an idea is knocked back time and time again with highly believable characters.
The book belies the rather odd title. How do you kill the dead? But its a very well crafted plot with highly believable characters. LA is a city of extremes and provides the perfect backdrop. Great thriller.
Thriller all the way. Great story. Well written. It catches you early and reels you in the whole way. Recommended read. Well done Mr Ferguson.
‘My Darling Wife’ was written in 2008 after Paul attended a script writing course held by Straight Curve in Beckenham Kent. Shortly after the course Paul was asked to provide a sixty second film script based on the theme ‘unite’ for the Orange BAFTA Short Film competition. The idea of a quarrelling politician and is wife coming together for a common goal caught the attention of the judges and as a … See Paul's Films » about Script Writing for Short Films
Paul began working in television as an ice hockey co-commentator in 1980 with London Weekend Television. From there he went on to work with many of the ITV regional networks in England, Scotland and Wales. A move to BBC gave him several opportunities to cover the British Ice Hockey Championships at Wembley Arena before heading to Sky to work as the lead commentator on both British and World Ice … Read More » about Broadcaster