Wednesday, 20 May 2009

New Authors

One of the great things about The Curzon Group is the chance to discover new authors and new talent. A couple of people who really deserve a wider audience are Louise McCartney who is writing and publshing her own series of thriller. Take a look at them at her website. And Tony Walker might be living in the US, but he is still British, so we'll claim him as one of our own. His SAS stories look right up my street. You can check them out at his website.


  1. I'm very pleased to be part of this exciting new movement in crime writing, and look forward to blogging here. Leigh Russell

  2. I think this is a fantastic idea - where have all the excellent British Thrillers gone? Personally I have found it extremely difficult to find a publisher or an agent for that matter. It seems that British thrillers are currently overlooked in the literary world. I have been very fortunate to have my first novel 'De Marco Empire' published in May 2008. The book spans the lives and loves of two Italian brothers eager to escape their dark and murky past. Unfortunately for them it’s not long before past and present day enemies begin crawling out of the woodwork. With mafia style rivalry, jealousy, extortion, corruption and murder to contend with the plot will leave you on the edge of your seat. My second novel 'Bella Ella' (working title) is complete but not yet published - the theme is sex trafficking with Italian mafia and Russian gangsters thrown into the mix. I am currently in the process of writing my third novel 'Silvio's Quest' which has a horse racing theme, set in the 90's up to present day and of course it is centred around Italian mafia and Irish gangsters. I am already planning my fourth novel which is going to be centred around Bulgarian mafia. Good luck to The Curzon Group and all it's members. I will be following this site with great interestand am proud to have a mention on this blog. Many thanks.
    Kindest regards
    Louise McCartney