No Signal is perfect for fans of The Hunger Games, The Black Mirror TV series, George Orwell’s 1984, The Handmaid’s Tale, Peter James, William Gibson and Dean Koontz.
The iMe series are fast paced crime thrillers set in an eerily believable near future world. Starring Detective Inspector Clive Lussac - think Roy Grace meets Black Mirror.
Book 1 - Proximity
Book 2 - No Signal
Each book can be read as a stand-alone novel.
‘A BUREAUCRAT navigating the pandemic would chew their right arm off for an iMe…Even now, tech is being made the seems like a precursor to the iMe’ New Scientist - May 2020
Praise for No Signal: ‘a carefully crafted plot that twists and turns within a multifaceted future, No Signal, raises the iMe series to a whole new level.’ SciFiNow ‘An immersive, entertaining high-octane thriller set in a plausible interconnected world. Well-written, thought-provoking escapism. Perfect for fans of Black Mirror & Philip K. Dick.’ Adam Hamdy 5* ’An instant classic; it’s an absolutely outstanding dystopian crime thriller’ The Book Magnet 5* ‘Suspense, loads of action and great characters’ EmmabBooks 5* ’An outstanding piece of writing. More than just another dystopian novel.’ Chocolate’n’Waffles 5* ‘it begs you to begin asking questions about how far is too far in terms of technology, freedom and privacy, while giving you a rather thrilling and entertaining story’ A Garden of Books 5* ‘another mind-blowing book in the iMe series’ BooksTeacupnReviews 5* ‘provides insightful commentary about the power digital technology has to shape our thinking and behaviour.’ Jade Hinchcliffe 5 * ’This is another belting story from this author.’ FromDuskTillDawn 5* ‘I felt transported into the world’ Jessica Belmont 5* ’I can’t wait to see where else this world can go, hopefully a next novel.’ Tranquil Dreams 5* ‘Chilling. A brilliant followup to book 1.’ The Faerie Review ‘fast-paced, brilliantly imagined, and thoughtful, this is multiple genres and stories in one’ The Crime Review ‘a really great read, packed with intrigue, suspense, some action and humour too’ What Rebecca’s Read ‘thrilling and intriguing…it sheds new light on the dystopia of a ‘utopian’ UK’ TehBen’s Book Club ‘Every character, plot twist and setting seamlessly weaves its way into the story’ The Dorset Book Detective ‘a fascinating take on the future’ The Eclectic Review ‘Tugwell does an amazing job of blending in the future with the present’ Mama Mummy Mum ‘the ultimate theme park white knuckle ride’ Bookphace