The Great Silence by Doug Johnstone

Read my reviews for the first two titles in the series, A Dark Matter and The Big Chill.

About the author
Author Doug Johnstone poses for a portrait near his home in Edinburgh, Scotland.
©Duncan McGlynn

Doug Johnstone

Doug Johnstone is the author of more ten novels, most recently Breakers (2019), which has been shortlisted for the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish Crime Novel of the Year and A Dark Matter (2020), which launched the Skelfs series. Several of his books have been bestsellers and award winners, and his work has been praised by the likes of Val McDermid, Irvine Welsh and Ian Rankin. He’s taught creative writing and been writer in residence at various institutions – including a funeral home, which he drew on to write A Dark Matter – and has been an arts journalist for twenty years. Doug is a songwriter and musician with five albums and three EPs released, and he plays drums for the Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers, a band of crime writers. He’s also player-manager of the Scotland Writers Football Club. He lives in Edinburgh.

You can follow Doug Johnstone on Twitter at @doug_johnstone and visit his website: dougjohnstone.com.

You can follow Orenda Books on Twitter at @OrendaBooks

Many thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me to take part in this blog tour.

The blog tour continues until the end of August.


Pages: 1 2


Categories: Adult Fiction, Blog Tour, Extract, Fiction, Thriller

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1 reply

  1. Thanks for the blog tour support x

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