BLOOD TYPE: Betsy Reavley

“The characters come to life in my head and I let them lead the way.” CRIME AUTHORS SPILL THEIR GUTS ABOUT WRITING. Every Thursday topnotch authors of psychological thrillers and crime fiction share their writing secrets – and the secrets to their success – with you and me. This week: BETSY REAVLEY  Tell us about yourself… I am a…

Review: THE OTHER WIDOW, Susan Crawford

  “A strong, thrilling set up that made me ask all kinds of questions” THEY SAY ‘We have to stop seeing each other . . . It isn’t safe. For us.’ He turns toward her, and even in the darkened car she sees his fear. The affair is over. Moments later, Joe’s car skids off…

BLOOD TYPE: WILLIAM SHAW

  “I’ll be honest: what I wrote for years just wasn’t good enough.” CRIME AUTHORS SPILL THEIR GUTS ABOUT WRITING. Every Thursday topnotch authors of psychological thrillers and crime fiction share their writing secrets – and the secrets to their success – with you and me. This week: WILLIAM SHAW  Tell us about yourself… I’m the author of several…

Review: BLACK EYED SUSANS, Julia Heaberlin

  “Made me want to go back to the start and read it all over again” THEY SAY A chilling new thriller that gets into the heart and mind of the killer, and the victim . . . Seventeen-year-old Tessa, dubbed a ‘Black-Eyed Susan’ by the media, became famous for being the only victim to…

WEEKLY ROUND UP: Secrets, stonkers & crossed fingers!

“DS MIKE BISHOP IS BACK!!!” Ooh, there are some exciting things on the horizon! DYING LIGHT is a whisker away from being sent off to my editor. And what will I be doing with myself while I’m waiting to hear from her? Well, I’ll be working on my next book! Want to know a little…

BLOOD TYPE: MEL SHERRATT

“If I’d given up after writing the first draft of the first book, I wouldn’t be now writing my twelfth novel.” CRIME AUTHORS SPILL THEIR GUTS ABOUT WRITING. Every Thursday topnotch authors of psychological thrillers and crime fiction share their writing secrets – and the secrets to their success – with you and me. This week: MEL SHERRATT  Tell us…

Review: WHEN SHE WAS BAD, Tammy Cohen

“It’s a great idea to set a crime thriller in the claustrophobic setting of the workplace”  THEY SAY YOU SEE THE PEOPLE YOU WORK WITH EVERY DAY. BUT WHAT CAN’T YOU SEE? Amira, Sarah, Paula, Ewan and Charlie have worked together for years – they know how each one likes their coffee, whose love life…