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301 Wed August 06 2014 - 18:03:07
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Visit the news page to view the poster for the LiteraTura Festival that Graham will be attending ion Sztrelin in Poland August 22 - 25.


302 Wed August 06 2014 - 16:59:53
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: Really? That would be great! Albatros has already published two of your historical books: "Lords of the air" and "Empress". Now they have "Rich" in their plans. Maybe "Silver" will be next. Few days left and "Drought" is out!


303 Wed August 06 2014 - 08:56:58
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: It is very possible, Krystian, that SILVER will be published in Poland before too long!


304 Tue August 05 2014 - 18:49:15
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: Too bad, that "Silver" was never published in Poland. Judging by what Ken wrote, it must be an excellent story.


305 Tue August 05 2014 - 13:12:02
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: I am pleased you enjoyed BROKEN ANGELS, Ali. When you have finished DROUGHT you should have a crack at RED LIGHT, Katie Maguire's third adventure. Then PLAGUE OF THE MANITOU will be coming uop before too long...I'm still not too sure of the publishing date yet but will let you know asap. My new collection of short stories FIGURES OF FEAR will be appearing in October to keep you going!

PS...Of course I'm still going...I'm not that old!



306 Tue August 05 2014 - 11:03:43
Fullname: Ali
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Comments: Well I finally finished broken angels. Brutal. It is a good read. I like paper more but since I had it since the first day it was out I thought it was remiss of me not to finish it. I felt so sorry for SGt O Rourke. I wanted to scream at him your are in a GM novel run! He did not listen to my mind scream. Then Katie did not know who was going to come at her next.. but it ended with a good GM climax. Onto the next one. I had started the Drought so I am going to crack on with that one.


What I like about you Graham as a writer is that whilst everyone else I read has ground to a halt you are still writing effective thrillers (chillers) and it is good to be reading someone from 1977 onwards and still go I never saw that coming. Thanks for a great read and keeping me up half the night to finish it.


307 Tue August 05 2014 - 08:31:53
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Thanks, Ken. The odd reason why SILVER was not published in the States was that my editor at William Morrow was a trustee of the Leadville Historical Society and he felt that the novel did not portray the city in a glowing enough light. Since I have never portrayed any city in a glowing light, I thought this was rather partisan, and sought other publishers, but because I was attached to Morrow in those days it was hard to place it elsewhere. But time and technology has been kind, and now you can read it anywhere.


308 Tue August 05 2014 - 04:27:42
Fullname: Ken Arneson
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Comments: Was inspired to re-read Silver in anticipation of the ebook release. Great book! Ironic to me that a story set in the American West by a bestselling author was only published in the U.K. Graham's historical novels are quite amazing in their number, scope and level of detail. Especially for those like me who remember what research was like before the Internet.

Even if you're primarily a fan of Graham's horror or police procedurals, I'd highly recommend trying novels like Solitaire, Maiden Voyage, Headlines etc. They're a lot of fun.


309 Mon August 04 2014 - 16:34:57
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: I'd certainly buy it, if I were an englishman. As for now I'm waiting for the "Red light" to be published in Poland. I am sorry to hear about the death of Mr. Smith. I bet he was your trusted colleague and you spent together plenty of wonderful moments. Every day we hear about the death in the media but when somebody is dying whom we knew and liked it's something completely different. Maybe I could find that documentary somewhere online. Take care:)


310 Mon August 04 2014 - 12:22:26
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Sad to hear about the death of TV presenter Mike Smith at only 59. He did a great documentary on me and my Cadillac for his"Driving With Mikle Smith" series. He was amusing, polite, but at the same time he asked all the right questions of somebody who drove around in a car that was nearly 20 feet long.


311 Mon August 04 2014 - 09:03:11
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: As a special summer promotion, my new Irish crime novel RED LIGHT is available on Amazon Kindle for 0.85p. How can you resist?


312 Mon July 28 2014 - 19:54:32
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: As noted by Graham, here's the cover of the forthcoming ebook version of his classic historical novel, Silver.


313 Mon July 28 2014 - 10:08:51
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Several of my historical novels are already available on Amazon Kindle, and I am hoping that SILVER will be available as an ebook soon, since for various reasons (like the retirement of my editor at William Morrow) this was only published in the UK...the story of the silver barons of Leadville, Colorado.

Yes, Ali, gligeen is a disparaging word in Ireland, usually a stupid person who thinks a lot of themselves!



314 Mon July 28 2014 - 00:09:08
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: Great interview in the Polish tv segment. I think I caught most of the English.
Is IMPERIUM and the other Historical novel due out in the US, or only the UK and EUR at the moment ?

Best Regards


315 Sun July 27 2014 - 15:53:31
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: Its been a while away. I have been reading and listening to your books. As always, great reading.
My wife was admitted to hospital last night, complications from a shattered leg break that the Dr's messed up. Anyway, things are moving slowly ( as usual ). I pre-ordered Kate McGuire Book 3, and I don't have details on the release of drought here.
I hope to get some old Horror books of yours that I have missed. As always I appreciate your writing, and the signed autograph pic has been on my desk here at home, as well as a fave guitarist I know. Now all I need is a copy of Ace Frehley's pic.
I saw HERCULES at the cinema yesterday. I need a good horror to distract me.
Best regards


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