Peter discusses his neighbourhood of Notting Hill.
Publishing News reports on Peter’s novel way of getting liquids on a plane in Moscow airport.
Peter’s article for the Evening Argus on how Brighton council’s traffic policy is scaring away visitors.
The New Zealand press highlight Peter’s arrival in the city of Hamilton on his 2007 book tour.
Peter’s article for the Daily Express on the fashions of the book industry and how being classified a horror novelist nearly killed his writing career.
Profile piece on Peter and his sister Genevieve on swapping roles – Peter cooks a meal for 8 and Genevieve flys a helicopter!
Peter’s article for the Daily Express about the never-ending work of the Brighton police force and how it inspired his crime fiction.
Peter James on life on the Net before the Internet (from The Independent, June 1999) Once upon a time, on our lumpy centrifuge two rocks away from the sun, many squillions of milli, micfro, nano, pico, femto and attoseconds before the Net, there was – well – um – there was – sort of –…
Peter James explains how reading will change in the new millennium (originally delivered as a speech to the Booksellers Association conference in April 1998) The Observer recently selected a number of items which it predicted would fetch a fortune as prized antiques in a Sotheby’s salesroom in one hundred years time. I was very gratified…