Peter James’s DEAD MAN’S TIME to be released in an innovative interactive edition

Peter James's latest Roy Grace thriller, DEAD MAN'S TIME, will be released in a special interactive format: this innovative edition will available exclusively in Tesco stores on 6 June. The edition will be interactive, featuring a secret video interview with the author. The content can be accessed by scanning the cover with an Apple or Android device, and will also be available on the Macmillan website, by entering the special code on the book.

DEAD MAN'S TIME, Peter's 9th in the bestselling Roy Grace series, will be available in stores on 6 June. Peter will be signing copies of the book in three Tesco stores in the Brighton vicinity on the day. He can be found at the Lewes store from 10.30am - 11.45am, before moving onto the Hove store where he will sign from 12.30pm - 2.00pm, and finally it's over to Shoreham where Peter will sign from 2.45pm - 4.00pm.

This is not the first time a Peter James novel has used innovative technology. When Penguin published his novel HOST in paperback in 1994, they also issued it on 2 floppy discs - a forerunner of the electronic book!

Praise for the Roy Grace series:

'Peter James is one of the best crime writers in the business.' -- Karin Slaughter
'British author James dreams up a horrific intersection of extreme perversion and Internet technology in his frighteningly, expertly constructed second Det. Supt. Roy Grace novel... The rapid-fire suspense builds to a terrifying, graphic conclusion that leaves tantalizing room for future instalments in the series.' -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
'Roy Grace is the very best of the middle aged male British detectives - there's a whole bunch, there's just tons, but he is the best.  What makes his books better than other people's books I think is that the ordinary people in these books react in the way they would react.  They have absolute emotional credibility.' -- Jeff Park, 'Front Row' BBC Radio
'James has created a flawed and compelling character in his Detective James Superintendent Roy Grace series, and the tense suspense in DEAD MAN'S GRIP will keep readers turning the pages…Fans will love this latest Roy Grace thriller, and newcomers will find 'Dead Man's Grip' the perfect place to start.' -- Jeff Ayers, Associated Press
'Exceptional, knock-your-socks-off.' -- Washington Post