Storm Deaths: Partners in Crime podcast’s book of the month
The new year has got off to a terrific start: Partners in Crime, the podcast hosted by crime writers Adam Croft and Robert Daws, has selected Storm Deaths as its book of the month for January.
The first Partners in Crime podcast for 2022 will feature the book in some detail and it will also be mentioned in subsequent podcasts throughout the rest of the month.
BBC Radio Nottingham has also delved into Storm Deaths. I was interviewed by Verity Cowley on her afternoon show. You can listen to the extract here which is just under five minutes long:
There’s also been interest from Blake Fallows who has a podcast called Talk Derby To Me in which he “chats all things Derby with local guests who are doing the city proud”. Previous contributors include a number of present and former Derby County footballers, This is England actor Thomas Turgoose and Derbyshire singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan. Blake and I are trying to arrange a date when we can have a natter.
I’ve had some really nice comments from Simon Ward from BBC TV who’s read Storm Deaths. He says the book is “really good” and “Steve knows exactly how the media works, because he’s been involved for years. The police research is excellent and it’s all set in the East Midlands. Recommend as a great read.”
Storm Deaths is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo which sponsors the Partners in Crime podcast and Google Play.