James Calum Campbell

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James Calum Campbell was born in Glasgow.  He read Medicine at Edinburgh, and practised in Papua New Guinea, Queensland, and Auckland, where he was Clinical Head of the busiest emergency department in Australasia.   He now divides his time between Scotland and New Zealand.

James Calum-Campbell
Seven Trials of Cameron-Strange (2016) and Speedbird (2017)

Praise for Click, Double-Click

Newinbooks interview

Click, Double Click is a fascinating first novel, and it’s not quite like anything I’ve ever read before. Readers seeking a different kind of crime novel, one that features a doctor instead of a detective, and the prevention rather than the solving of a crime, will enjoy it. Seasoned crime readers will also likely enjoy the wry, contemplative voice of Campbell’s borderline antihero.
– Marya Pasciuto, Mystery/ Thriller/Suspense Riffle Editor, Riffle Books review
A real page turner, gripping and entertaining in so many ways. Novel plot, great characters, excellent sub-plots. Especially interesting to anyone involved in emergency medicine.
– Amazon reviewer
An intelligent thriller, I loved this book from cover to cover. An exciting new author with an original style of writing. I do hope Dr Cameron- Strange returns!
– Amazon reviewer