A Silent Death – UK Tour

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My latest book, A Silent Death, a brand new thriller set in the South of Spain near Gibraltar will be coming out in January in the UK and March in the USA and I will be touring both sides of the Atlantic to celebrate the launch.  Below are the dates of the UK tour.  (Details of my April trip to the USA and Canada will be coming soon.)


Monday 13th January – Glasgow Aye Write Special Event with Waterstones – Mitchell Theatre 6.30pm Tickets £9 – click here for booking details

Tuesday 14th January – Perth Theatre – the Joan Knight Studio – Perth Library – 7.30pm  Tickets £7 – click here for booking details

Wednesday 15th January – Inverness – Eden Court Theatre in association with Waterstones 6.30pm Tickets £5 – click here for booking details

Thursday 16th January – Edinburgh – The Edinburgh Central Library, George IV Bridge, in association with Blackwells  6.30pm (tickets free, but must be reserved) – click here for booking details

Friday 17th January – Edinburgh – Toppings, Greenside Church, 1b Royal Terrace, Edinburgh 7.40pm (ticket prices vary, but redeemable against a copy of book) – click here for booking details

Tuesday 21st January – London – Hatchards, Piccadilly 6.30pm Tickets £10 – click here for booking details

Click here to pre-order A Silent Death from Amazon.co.uk

About Author Peter May

International best-selling author of several series of books: the Lewis Trilogy - "The Blackhouse", "The Lewis Man" and "The Chessmen" - The Enzo Files and the China Thrillers, as well as standalone novels including "Entry Island", "Runaway" and "Coffin Road".
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20 Responses to A Silent Death – UK Tour

  1. brathayboy says:

    Only one English stop (and London at that) on a U K tour? Hmmm!🤓🤓

  2. Morag Mottram says:

    Hi Peter, looking forward to the Canadian release of your next book. Noticed you made reference to US and Canadian dates for spring tour–any locations out west, we’re in Canmore Alberta, and would love to be at a launch if it works! Cheers.

  3. Jeffrey Kershaw says:

    Done. I am a really keen fan. I think I have read everything.

    Best wishes,

    Jeffrey Kershaw solicitor Unknown author. Maison secondaire in Eymet. ________________________________

  4. Catherine Kingham says:

    Hi Peter,
    I’ve read & enjoyed all your books – thank you for providing another world into which I can retreat from time to time. Living in East Devon, sadly I cannot get to your venues on tour. Any chance that you may be able to come to the West Country sometime as I would love to say hello?
    Best wishes for Christmas & have a wonderful 2020!

  5. Pat Hastings says:

    Love your books, especially the Lewis trilogy ( visited but why only 1 event in england for your english fans. We live in Preston, Lancashire could you an event in Lancashure e.g. Manchester on your way south to London … 18th – 20th January.

    • Hi Pat, pleased to hear you enjoy my books. I did stop at both Leeds and Manchester a couple of years ago, but demands on time and travel are fierce, so I am not always able to go where I would like to. Hopefully, I will be back at Harrogate in the summer.

  6. Alan Freeman says:

    Keep the prolific writing up Peter, I keep finding books written by you, some time ago and they have really stood the rest of time.
    I have The man with no face to start soon.

  7. Kathleen Pearson says:

    I have read all your books Peter. I am a Scot but live in Toronto. I will order your book from the UK as it comes out there before Canada. Hopefully you will come to Toronto on your tour.

  8. f1014 says:

    Impatiently waiting for your new book. Your Lewis trilogy, started after the shooting at Charlie Hebdo, invaded my imagination so much that I have followed you ever since.
    https://whatofollow.wordpress.com/2015/01/17/back-to-books-the-blackhouse-by-peter-may/ … etc..
    The runaway was kind of kind of nostalgic for me as I could relate to to it having gone to Britain on my own at 15. Everlasting love for Britain since 1968. I don’t really dare to use the word UK nowadays.
    Thanks so much.

  9. MARGARET KING says:

    I have read all your books, including Silent Death which I read twice! Love them all but in particular the Lewis trilogy and Coffin Road. These prompted us to go there and it is a magical place. We’re hoping to go again this year and visit Eriskay, we also have your illustrated book on the Hebrides, keep on writing your books give so much pleasure.

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