GUEST POST: SHOW ME THE BODIES

 
Crime fiction authors are obsessed with body count – the more cadavers and the more gruesome, the better. Should we just rename it murder fiction?
— The Book Review Café hosts David Videcette
 
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GUEST POST: THE FINE LINE BETWEEN RIGHT & WRONG

Imagine that you’ve got a terrorist suspect in your custody. You are convinced he’s planted some bombs somewhere to kill and maim hundreds of people. Could you be tempted to intimidate or even hurt him, for the greater good, to save lives?
— Linda's Book Bag hosts David Videcette
 
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

Policing is what my father did. It’s in my blood. Writing for me is just a way of solving more cases, albeit in book format.
— David Videcette speaks to Bibliophile Book Club
 
 

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

Having worked as a police detective for twenty years, I’ve seen a lot of dead bodies in my job, many of them decomposed. They are not pretty sights.
— David Videcette talks to Love Books Group
 

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

Q: Is Detective Jake Flannagan based on a real person?
A: Let’s put it this way – I do all my own stunts…
— David Videcette speaks to The Writing Garnet
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

There are very few people who know which elements of my stories are fact, and which are fiction. Much of the time, I am the only one who knows. It’s best that way.
— David Videcette talks to Adventures in Crime Fiction Land
 

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

I base my crime thrillers around real events, so many of the scenes in a story are already pre-set for me - I just have to focus the reader’s attention on new evidence.
— David Videcette speaks to author, Rachel Amphlett
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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

My books cross over into the real world.
— David Videcette speaks to The Dorset Book Detective

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

if you can channel your own emotions into whatever you’re writing about, it makes for a more consistent and authentic experience for the reader.
— David Videcette speaks to Sean's Book Reviews
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

To catch the bad guys, you have to think like a bad guy - and that’s why the best detectives always have a dark side.
— David Videcette speaks to pageturnersnook

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AUTHOR INTERVIEW

David’s debut novel, The Theseus Paradox, is based on true events surrounding the 7/7 London bombings. David was on the scene that day, and as the novel’s tag-line says, ‘He can’t tell you the truth, but he can tell you a story’!
— Alan McDermott, bestselling author and creator of the Tom Gray series

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GUEST POST

Ex-detective turned author David Videcette, author of ‘The Theseus Paradox’, shares a love letter. Oh yes ladies, David finally gave in to my request and returned to his teenage years of writing love letters...
— David Videcette is a guest of The Writing Garnet

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AUTHOR Q&A

When four suicide bombers murdered fifty-two people in central London, and two weeks later another group tried to do the same thing - my life changed considerably. My sole focus became finding out who was behind what had gone on.
— David Videcette speaks to Shelley Wilson

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GUEST POST

Sometimes the truth is a bitter pill to swallow.
— David Videcette speaks to Being Anne

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AUTHOR Q&A

Solving crimes is all about good groundwork, fact finding and analysis. It’s something I love doing. Secrets are everywhere for us to find.
— David speaks to Blood Type, hosted by Barbara Copperthwaite

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GUEST POST

To read the full article at Eva Jordan Writer's website, click here.

 

 

AUTHOR Q&A

My books are crime fiction, but they’re slightly different to the norm because they are based on historical fact and personal experience and will always contain a real-life twist.
— David Videcette talks crime writing with Chelle's Book Reviews
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

 
I want readers to really know how this stuff works. Not the fantasy, Hollywood made-up way of doing it – the real British police way - so that readers can experience it for themselves.
— David Videcette talks to Mrs Bloggs
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

 

There are good books and there are great books. The Theseus Paradox, in my opinion fits into the latter category without a shadow of a doubt...
— Peter Best Author interview with David Videcette
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

My father was a police officer. He was fanatical about polishing his boots. Sometimes he paid more attention to those bloody boots than us kids!
— David Videcette speaks to Baatty About Books
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

In The Theseus Paradox you really are deep in the police investigation, so you have to use your own detective ability to investigate the case alongside DI Jake Flannagan...
— David Videcette speaks to ReadingWrites
 

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AUTHOR Q&A

Many aspects of the investigation pointed to a very specific reason for the attacks, yet nobody was ever directly prosecuted in the case – an outcome which I carry with me every day.
— David Videcette speaks to The Book Review Cafe
 

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