[Foyles] - Peter James is nominated for his bestseller Perfect People, about a couple grieving the death of their four-year-old son from a rare genetic disorder, while John Coates is in contention with The Hour Between Dog and Wolf; an exploration of how
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Tonight's event commands an A-list panel of Peter James, Lee Child, Sophie Hannah and the Booker Prize-winning John Banville, who writes crime fiction under the name Benjamin Black. Mark Lawson, fresh from his triumphant analyses of the genre in the
[Telegraph.co.uk] - The other shortlisted books were The Hour Between Dog and Wolf by John Coates; The Train in the Night by Nick Coleman; Our Lady of Alice Bhatti by Mohammed Hanif; Perfect People by Peter James; and Merivel: A Man of his Time by Rose Tremain.
[This is Bristol] - At the heated meeting resident and retired publican, Malcolm James, 66, who lives near the proposed store, said: "Tesco has caused problems in Bristol, a lot of upheaval in Weston and has now arrived in Portishead. "There are more than 2,000 people who
[The Bookseller] - Contributors to the magazine have included Peter James, Shirley Hughes, Eowyn Ivey and Linwood Barclay, with Tony Blair, Michael Palin and Jeremy Paxman among those who have picked their "Desert Island Books" choices. Hadden joins the title on 14th
[The Good Review] - Firstly, we have Peter James, leader of the Beige Parry, addressing his party members. Like most politicians, he speaks entirely in rhetoric, at one point comparing his party to a plaster. The other story involves Maureen and her long-suffering
[Londonist] - Sunday: Rose Tremain, Nick Coleman and Peter James are three of the Wellcome Trust Book Prize shortlisted authors, and they're chatting with Anne Karpf at the Wellcome Collection (3pm, free). Andy Stanton and Marianne Levy finish off half term