One of my rules for crime fiction is to keep the titles short.
For months my latest book was provisionally titled Book #3. Practical, short and sweet. But not exactly catchy, is it? It’s almost as bad (or as sublime) as calling your debut album #1 Record.
Then I told friends it was going to be called The Official Driver Theory Test Book (5th edition), only to discover that for some strange reason this title had already been taken.
For a while I settled on Ghost Flight. Because that’s what the book is about, in a nutshell. Without giving much away, it’s about the ghost flight of three Irish businessmen in a light aircraft who disappear off the… Continue reading