The start of a brand new mystery series sees Siobhan O'Brien all ready for quiet middle-age, when she is unexpectedly thrust into the murky world of private investigation.
Jasper Fforde, author of 'The Constant Rabbit', talks about making connections, the creative sandbox and finding the right words.
Peter James, author of 'Find Them Dead', talks creating the perfect writing day, narrative charts and ruthless editing.
Chris Whitaker, author of 'We Begin at the End', talks finding the plot through characters, huge debut success and why editors earn their money.
Authors Merilyn Davies, Rebecca Bradley and Neil Lancaster talk about the joy of editing, how lockdown has affected creativity, and whether working in the Police has helped them write crime.
Set in 1940's France, a psychiatrist is all ready to retire, until one of his final clients changes everything, and makes him rethink his entire life.
Rachel Abbott, writer of 'The Murder Game', talks about knowing her characters visually, the joys of editing, and why getting visual helps.
Anthony McGowan, author of 'Lark', discusses picking the next project, working in two spaces, and writing place over plot.