THE TWELVE Out in Paperback Today! Win Signed Copies of COLLUSION and THE TWELVE!

Thursday, June 24, 2010, 9:59 PM

The paperback edition of THE TWELVE was officially published today by Vintage Books, and they're doing a big old marketing campaign to get it out there. Part of that campaign is the lovely poster pictured here which should be appearing in train stations all around Britain and Ireland right about now.

To celebrate this fact, how about a contest? It's simple: if you see one of these posters on your travels, take a photo and email it to! The first three senders will each receive special signed limited edition proof copies of not only THE TWELVE, but its sequel, COLLUSION, which won't be in the shops for another month.

There's no closing date as such, so keep sending those pics...

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Blogger Sean Patrick Reardon said...

Congratulations Stuart. All the best. TGOB was the first Irish crime novel I ever read and I found out about it from Stepehen King's list of 2009's best reads.

3:49 AM  
Blogger Cate Gardner said...

Congratulations and may you send many more copies.

6:46 PM  
Blogger Sandra Cormier said...

I'm so happy for you and can't wait to read the Twelve, or The Ghosts, whatever they sell here in Canada... as soon as I can find it! I'm not a big fan of mail order, so I keep an eye out for in in my local Chapters-Indigo. No luck so far.

Therefore, I don't expect to see a poster, alas.

2:19 AM  
Blogger Stuart Neville said...

Sean: Thanks for your kind words about The Twelve here and elsewhere. Can I ask, where did you come across the Stephen King list? I saw his 2009 list in Entertainment Weekly, but it didn't mention TGOB.

Chumplet: The good news is that we recently agreed a deal that allows Soho to distribute TGOB in Canada. The complications of territorial deals with Commonwealth countries and the UK vs the USA can sometimes leave Canada out of the loop, unfortunately.

11:05 AM  
Blogger Sean Patrick Reardon said...

Stuart, I apologize, I made an error. I was reading a novel that was on the SK list Ravens and TGOB at the same time, and because I like TGOB so much I associated the two as coming from the same SK list. I do rememeber reading a review comparing TGOB with John Connelly & SK, so I think that is why I made the association. It should be on his list though. Sorry for the confusion.

2:55 AM  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

You've got a cop named Jack Lennon who bristles at being called John, and Fegan tells Anderson before he kills him that "I'm getting better all the time."

You're also a musician, so I have to ask: Are you a Beatles fan by any chance?
Detectives Beyond Borders
"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home"

5:17 AM  
Blogger Neil Mount said...

Congrats Stuart! I will look forward to reading it and am off to the UK tomorrow so camera will be at the ready!


12:17 PM  
Blogger Kay Richardson said...

Right, I'm going to walk the streets of England until I see one of these bad boys.

6:35 PM  
Blogger Gary Dobbs/Jack Martin said...

I'm gonna look for the posters

3:15 PM  
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