As you can see, they like big sofas at Henley. I was here last year with my latest book and hope to be back next year when ‘Death on the Thames’ will be published, (particularly as Henley is one of the most beautiful ‘on-Thames’ towns). But this year I’m here...
The next Mangan novel (the third in the series) is to be published in Spring 2024. I’ve written 70,000 words with another 10,000 to go, so it could have just about been ready for a September 2023 launch but my publisher (Wildfire) sensibly decided to leave more time...
Alan Johnson’s first work of fiction, The Late Train to Gipsy Hill, has just been announced and will be published by Wildfire this September. https://alanjohnsonbooks.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Alan-Johnson-edit.mp4 The novel is the story of a young man, Gary...
Alan’s new podcast series, ‘How to Change the World with Alan Johnson’ begins on Friday, 30th of October 2020. The first interview is with Rory Stewart. Go to 11-29media.com this Friday and every Friday for the next ten weeks to hear Alan chatting with fantastic...
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