Scottish Field once described Douglas Lindsay as “a master of comic crime.” Listeners should note this is because he writes comedy crime novels, not because he murders people while dressed as a clown.
IMPLEMENTS OF THE MODEL MAKER
Readings from the sixth book in the DS Hutton crime series, Implements Of The Model Maker, plus the long and winding road to the book becoming a Hutton novel.
Hutton chews the fat; Hutton gets a telling off from the chief inspector; Hutton gets another telling off from another chief inspector.
THE FINAL CUT
Scenes from the seventh Barney Thomson novel, The Final Cut. Barney arrives at the offices of a large marketing firm in London; Barney gives a marketing executive advice and a haircut; murder at the hands of infamous assassin Harlequin Sweetlips.
THE ART OF DYING
Scenes from the third book in the DI Westphall series. Westphall haunted by guilt; interviewing an artist; and sitting in church, staring up at a stained glass window of the martyrdom of Saint Sebastian...
THE CUTTING EDGE OF BARNEY THOMSON
Readings from the second Barney Thomson book.
Barney digs a grave!
Barney cuts hair!
Barney hides out in the attic, having inevitably been accused of serial murder!
LET ME DIE IN MY FOOTSTEPS
Readings from the 7th DS Hutton novel, LET ME DIE IN MY FOOTSTEPS. The adventure begins...
TOUCH OF THE SPIDER
The complete DI Westphall short story, Touch of The Spider, taken from the Cold September collection.