The schedule for my UK book tour is now posted on my Author Events Page. Here’s where I’ll be appearing. Hope my UK readers can make it! (p.s. — I’m bringing Fred the Head.)

Monday 9th February
7:30 PM: Scarborough Library, Vernon Road, Scarborough

Tuesday 10th February
12:30 PM: Bradford Central Library, Princes Wy, Bradford
7:00 PM: Waterstone’s, Leeds, 93-97 Albion Street

Wednesday 11th February
1:00 PM: Borders Solihull, Touchwood Centre
7:00 PM: Birmingham Library Theatre, Birmingham

Thursday 12th February
Evening event, Borders London, Charing Cross Road
(This will be a joint event with Dennis Lehane!)

Friday 13th February
12:30 PM: Borders Cambridge, 12-13 Market Street
6:30 PM: Norfolk and Norwich Millenium Library, The Forum, Millenium Plain, Norwich

13 replies
  1. techiebabe
    techiebabe says:

    Hi Tess, I’m delighted that you are coming to the UK and looking forward to it. Do you know how to book for the London one? I always need to book ahead as I have disability access requirements. Can’t spot anything on Borders’s website.

    Best wishes and hope the tour goes well (and that none of the bookstores go bust before you get here…!)

  2. techiebabe
    techiebabe says:

    Thanks so much for the quick reply! I’ll look out for it both here and on Borders’s website. Cheers – Flash Bristow

  3. Crimogenic
    Crimogenic says:


    Best of luck on your UK tour. I’m not sure if you’ve recently toured in or near Chicago, but I hope to be able to make it to one of your tours some day.

    By the way, how was Hawaii? 🙂

  4. crashley
    crashley says:

    HI Tess
    Would love to meet you, but your not comeing any where near Chester. oh well maybe next time.
    Have a great tour
    Just finished The Keepsake loved evey twist and turn, sad that its finished 🙂


  5. struggler
    struggler says:

    Tess, I don’t know if you were aware of this but one of the best-known crime-fiction bookstores ‘Murder One’ in London’s Charing Cross Road is to close down, yet another victim of the worsening economy and fast-approaching recession.

    Sad news.

    Anyway I hope to see you at Borders – which is in the same street.

  6. Ilias
    Ilias says:

    Hi Tess,
    A colleague (a doctor, not a writer that is) has taken the day off in order to be in Birmingham on the 11th. I hope you don’t have too many doctor fans, otherwise your visits can become devastating for the British NHS!

    A greek doctor from Manchester, UK

  7. dublintimmy
    dublintimmy says:

    It’s a shame you aren’t coming to Ireland. It would be lovely to meet you. I’m a medical proofreader so I (wrongly) thought that nothing could make me squeamish or uncomfortable. Looking forward to reading my way through your books. I hope you enjoyed The Secret History – isn’t it a great book?
    Tim, Dublin

  8. bitchinsahsa
    bitchinsahsa says:

    Hi Tess,

    I have been waiting for your dates for the UK tour to be released! I am gutted you won’t be coming to Scotland this time, I would even have made the journey to Glasgow to see you 🙁 Oh well maybe next time eh? 🙂

  9. LyndaP
    LyndaP says:

    Just got my tickets for the evening at Birmingham. Can’t wait!!

    Just read Stolen recently, but I don’t think it’s a new release chronologically!? So I’m wondering if there are any more I’ve not read … !?

    Oh and I was too spooked to read Bone Garden late at night – very good!!

    Have a good trip over here and I hope you enjoy the week – I know your fans will!! 🙂

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