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

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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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