"A Duty to Kill" launches at Waterstones
A tremendous evening at Waterstones in Knightsbridge launching "A Duty to Kill" in great style.
This is the final book in the Tagleva trilogy. The story treads the murky corridors of the secret intelligence services in London and Berlin. It pulls back the veil of Switzerland's secret banking system and ends with a truly shocking revelation from within the heart of the Vatican.
There are such a mixture of feelings at these events. I imagine it feels very like waving a much loved child off to school. You find yourself muttering "Gosh I hope you do well" and "What am I going to do with my time now?"
I am happy to say it flew off the shelves last night, to Waterstones and my delight.
So now what do I do with my time? Well I've got a few ideas, but you are going to have to wait for that. Enough to say for the moment that I am not finished with this writing business yet. There is nothing like disappearing into a new world with friends and enemies totally at your command. So watch this space.