Paul Cornell has written some of Doctor Who's best-loved episodes for the BBC, as well as an episode of the hit Sherlock Holmes drama, Elementary. He has also written on a number of comic book series for Marvel and DC, including X-Men and Batman and Robin. He has been Hugo Award-nominated for his work in TV, comics and prose, and won the BSFA award for his short fiction. Paul has written two previous Shadow Police novels, London Fallingand The Severed Streets.
Crime is resilient. It will survive any apocalypse. As long as there are people, there are rules – and as long as there are rules, there are those finding new and innovative ways to break or enforce them. Which makes crime fiction the perfect genre to combine with the supernatural!
My SPOILER-FILLED and extremely personal reaction to The Last Jedi is my Third Blog of Christmas. h...
by @PaulCornellOfficial - 2 hours ago
On my Second Blog of Christmas: the truth about me novelising the Doctor Who Christmas episode; a wa...
by @PaulCornellOfficial - yesterday
My First Blog of Christmas is up! Introducing my new podcast, all about Hammer movies! https://www...
by @PaulCornellOfficial - 2 days ago
Chalk makes best of year lists, Saucer State interviews, defending libraries and a comics Kickstarte...
by @PaulCornellOfficial - 16 days ago
Saucer State #5 is out today! Here are preview pages, and the story of a variant cover (not this on...
by @PaulCornellOfficial - 23 days ago
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