Interviews · Uncategorized

An Interview with Laura Purcell

Though she’s perhaps more well-known for her Georgian-set historical fiction, Laura Purcell has been making waves in the book world with the release of her latest novel, Gothic extravaganza The Silent Companions. Making her debut onto the book scene in 2014 with the excellent Queen of Bedlam, she’s gone from strength to strength, with her… Continue reading An Interview with Laura Purcell

Advertisements
Book Reviews · Interviews · Reading Thoughts · Uncategorized

Review: The Word is Murder, by Anthony Horowitz

Murder mysteries are great. Despite the obviously grisly contents, they're quite sedate reads, quite formulaic: a murder happens, the detective systematically visits the family and friends of the deceased, often with an admiring Watson in tow, and then makes a brilliant deduction and the murder is revealed to be somebody (if it's well-written) you never… Continue reading Review: The Word is Murder, by Anthony Horowitz

Interviews · Reading Thoughts · Uncategorized

An Interview with Clare Donoghue

Clare Donoghue has been making waves in the crime genre since before the publication of her first book. After ten years working in a London law firm, she quit her job to pursue a career in writing, and success soon followed. Longlisted in 2011 for the CWA Crime Dagger, Clare published Never Look Back, the… Continue reading An Interview with Clare Donoghue

Interviews · Reading Thoughts · Uncategorized

An Interview with Jane Johnson

Jane Johnson is no stranger to the world of publishing. With thirty years’ experience in the book industry and experience of having worked as an editor on projects like George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, adapted for TV as Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings, she is a bestselling author in… Continue reading An Interview with Jane Johnson