8 March 2012 5 Comments

Blogs love my Mozart book — and Glasgow and Calcutta do too

My latest novel Mozart’s Last Aria has been getting still more excellent reviews on fiction blogs. I’ve noticed that people like the fact that it brings to life Mozart’s times and his music — and that I do this through a relatively unknown female character, the great composer’s supremely talented and often overlooked older sister, […]

23 February 2010 0 Comments

The British Crime Fiction Insider: Duncan Campbell’s Writing Life

One of the great pleasures of life as a writer is being paired with terrific authors when you speak at book fairs. (It’s also an occasional rough ride when you find yourself stuck with a bum who can’t write, but I’m being nice here so I won’t go into any of those.) The most delightful […]