Well, it’s been an interesting week. Work on my new David Hunter novel was temporarily suspended for a sudden flurry of publicity. Which makes a welcome break, to be honest, and gets me away from my desk. But I’ve discovered that one of the side effects of writing about a forensic anthropologist – someone who spends much of his working life with the not-so recently dead – is that you do get some unusual requests. Which was how I came to be in an abandoned cemetery at dusk one evening, posing for photographs in the pouring rain for a German newspaper.
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