144. Press launch of “spycop” novel

 The press launch for The Tears of Boabdil, coinciding with the opening of hearings in the Under Cover Policing Inquiry, has gone better than I could ever have expected. My publicists, Palamedes, excelled themselves in getting national news coverage in the Telegraph and the Express.

They also arranged a radio interview on BBC Scotland’s Lunchtime Live  which has 850,000 listeners.

I wrote opinion pieces in Readers Digest which has 280,000 unique visitors per month, and London Economic which has 3 million unique visitors per month.

London Economic also picked up the press released and ran with a news article on 2 November.

Have a look or a listen and let me know what you think

7 thoughts on “144. Press launch of “spycop” novel

  1. I just finished reading the magazine article. I had no idea you were connected to such things. It doesn’t surprise me that spies and surveillance infiltrates benevolent charities. I may need to read your book.

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