How Do You Find Your Story?
Where do you get your ideas?
I didn’t set out to write How You See Me as an epistolary novel, it was rather that the story demanded it.
The city of Edinburgh has a long history as a setting for novels, many of them with crime and/or supernatural themes so it seemed entirely natural that my hero detective James Murray would come fro
Anthony Graves told me that one of the worst things about living on Texas Death Row was that he didn’t want to breathe.
Our relationship with our fathers creates a template for the relationships that come later, for good or ill.
Chicago is the setting for many famed novels: Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle and Richard Wright’s Native Son to name a few.
I confess it. I'm a sucker for property and renovation programmes – the more bonkers and aspirational the better.
Eric and Holly are just a normal American family. Holly has had health problems in the past but she has courageously undertaken a double mastectomy to ensure her mother and sister's genetic legacy does not occur in her.
At a dark, dingy bar in San Francisco, Emily drinks whisky and contemplates what she should do with her life when a Russian businessman approaches her. Offering money and drugs, Emily is easily swayed and asks little questions about what her job would be.