Want to Get Your Hands on a Copy of my Debut Novel Roebuck? Here’s How…

Roebuck for sale at Foyle’s Charing Cross

As of December 4th my debut novel hit the shops – here’s a guide to where and how you can get a copy. Christmas might be over – but think of the long winter ahead. You’ll need a good, page-turning, rip-roaring piece of adventurous historic fiction to get you through it…

Urbane Publications

Despite having a great presence in high street stores, the number one place to get Roebuck remains to visit my wonderful publisher’s website and order there (that’s the surefire way of the most money going back to the people who put the time into producing the book). It’s available in both standard book form and on Kindle.

WH Smiths/WH Smiths Travel

The book is available in most WH Smiths Travel stores (those at stations or airports) but can be ordered too in any WH Smiths high street branch – just give the name and the title and they can get it for you in two working days. You can also order it through WH Smith’s online.

Blackwell’s Bookshop

As of January 1st, Roebuck will be available in-store here. The Holborn branch in London is particularly well stocked and Roebuck will be part of the 3 for 2 New Year promotion! You can also order it through Blackwell’s online.


The book is available in the following stores, for sure: Charing Cross Road, Westfield Stratford, Waterloo Station, Royal Festival Hall (London), Grand Central (Birmingham). It can also be ordered online.


Roebuck can be ordered in any Waterstone’s store within three business days, or through Waterstone’s online (although it says for some reason it takes up to three weeks, it’ll almost certainly be sooner).


Roebuck is on both Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com for order in standard book form and on Kindle. Please take the time to review the book! Not only will it means loads to me personally, but it will also help others to find out about Roebuck.

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