the strange publishing history of...

If you've been published for any length of time, there will be strange stories about what's published where and when, what isn't, and so on. So here's a more or less comprehensive list of what's published where. If a book isn't available in your territory, you might still be able to get it on import (though this only really applies to English-language versions).

"People Die" was published in the UK and the USA. It's out of print in the UK, but the US version (Simon & Schuster) is still available in print and ebook in the US, as a print import in the UK and Commonwealth, and as an audiobook.

"Among the Dead" was published in the UK. It's currently out of print but is available as an ebook worldwide.

"For the Dogs" was published in the US, Germany, Poland and Russia. Under the new title, "The Hunter's Prayer" it was re-released in September 2015 across all English-language markets in all formats.

"Who is Conrad Hirst?" was published in the US, Japan, Germany, Finland and Poland. The US version is still available as a paperback, ebook and audiobook.

Copy of P1010515
Copy of P1010587

"Dark Flag" was published in Germany and Finland. There was no English-language print version, though it's available as an ebook worldwide.

"A Death in Sweden" was published in January 2016 across all English-language markets in all formats. A German version followed in October 2016, Italian in March 2017 and French in April 2017.

"The Traitor's Story" was published across all English-language markets in all formats in June 2016, and "A Fragile Thing" in August 2017.

"To Die in Vienna" is published in English worldwide on June 14th 2018.

Above: Sold out in Berlin.

Left: Simon Kernick, Johannes Steck, Kevin Wignall in Hagen (German tour, 2010).
  Photographs by Markus Naegele

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