Sunday 31 January 2021

Corpse Road by David Gatward BLOG TOUR @davidgatward #CorpseRoad @RandomTTours #DCIHarryGrimm #TenThingsAboutMe


To catch the hunter, become the prey.

When the body of a female backpacker is found on the Yorkshire moors, the killer seems obvious, the motive clear.

If only.

Because Grimm and his team are up against not just a murderer, but a predator, and when the key suspect disappears, it’s only a matter of time before another body is found.

To catch one of the most dangerous killers he has ever faced, and to have any chance of staying alive himself, Grimm will need to not only draw on his skills as a detective, but as a soldier, and to trust his team with his life as he goes to war once more.

But at least he won’t have to eat cheese and cake.

Hopefully . . .

Corpse Road by David Gatward was published in paperback on 15 December 2020 and is book three in the DCI Harry Grimm series set in the Yorkshire Dales.

As part of this #RandomThingsTours Blog Tour today, I am delighted to welcome the author to my blog. He's sharing his own Ten Things About Me ...

Ten Things about Author David Gatward

1. I "drowned" when I was six years old: dragged out of pool unconscious and resuscitated.

2. I've seen at least two ghosts

3. I make my own homemade bread

4. I have a late-night sandwich: peanut butter, mayo, raw onion, blue cheese, cheese and onion crisps.

5. I won the Leeds Children's Book Award, 2011

6. Used to work on a salmon farm

7. Trained to be a primary school teacher, specialising in outdoor education

8. Once got mistaken for being homeless

9. Favourite book as a kid, The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, by Alan Garner

10. I had a tattoo done on the publication day of one of my YA novels

About the Author 

I was born in Bristol and grew up with my two younger brothers between the Cotswolds,
Wensleydale and Lincolnshire thanks to the transient life of having a Methodist minister for a dad. 
Aside from having a huge number of hobbies including: caving, camping, climbing, archery, shooting and music, I've always written avidly. 
I had my first book published aged 18, have worked in the publishing industry for over two decades in numerous roles, was a full-time children's/YA writer for around five years, have provided hundreds of creative writing courses in schools nationally, and have even appeared on a DVD boxset for Clive Barker's Hellraiser films to talk about his books.

Twitter @davidgatward

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