‘Off the chart characters’ ‘Many twists and turns’ ‘A fast-moving, edge-of-the-seat read’ ‘Scenes of violence, corporate-corruption, international conspiracy, drug dealing, lost love, and grief’ ‘Reminiscent of the beginning of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo’ ‘Constructed by a real master’ Read an interview with Harry Fingle, about the influences that lay behind the […]Read more "Playing Harry – what others have said"
(image: nzepc.auckland.ac.nz) Who can Harry trust? Kate Fisher morns her son, stabbed in a drug-related teenage gang incident. The tragedy breaks up her marriage. When her sister and brother-in-law, Harry Fingle’s brother, are murdered, she teams up with Harry to find the killers. He discovers that she still works for Alex Goad, the man he […]Read more "One amongst seven"
Was Amie so wrong to go to Harry’s house after they’d split, and wait for him, on the day he’d been fired for no reason with a take-out and a bottle of wine? Was she wrong to go back on another day and put up all the pictures of her that he’d put away, and […]Read more "Forget Harry, let’s talk about Amie"
I can’t explain how great it is to find a protagonist that I want to write about for some time. I’ve written seven books, and six rewrites, and they’re all different and stand-alone stories. Each time I’ve invented new characters. None of the books are part of a series or a follow on. Many authors […]Read more "Finding Harry – a guy to work with"
I was in Istanbul a week ago, an exciting and interesting city, and as I turned a corner in The Grand Bazaar, I thought how evocative a location it was for a new Harry Fingle story. I imagined Harry sitting in one of the small, busy coffee shops, and sipping on a Turkish coffee, when […]Read more "Harry’s return"