Bernhard Aichner is flying the flag for the next wave of Eurocrime with his thriller The Woman of the Dead, a hugely compelling novel about a woman who seeks revenge and gets it. We asked Bernhard a few questions to find out a bit more about him.
Last week, we asked you what you would most like to know about bestselling author Katherine Webb – and you answered! Today, Katherine will be answering twelve questions from readers – and the questions we chose have won a beautiful paperback copy of her latest novel, The Night Falling.
The author of Children of the Jacaranda Tree tells us about the experiences of her parents and close family in Tehran in the 1980s provided the inspiration for her powerful debut novel.
Sahar Delijani, author of the stunning debut novel Children of the Jacaranda Tree, gives us an insight into her inspirations and life as a writer
Sarah Pinborough’s The Death House is a heart-breaking tale of love, life and death. Sarah dropped into One Book Lane to tell us how she came to write this ‘shocking and gripping, albeit ultimately hopeful and utterly moving’ novel (SCI-FI NOW).
Want to know what the average writing day looks like for a bestselling author? Or delve into the exciting world of literary agents and publishers? Well, now’s your chance. We have Katherine Webb, author of The Night Falling, joining us on One Book Lane on Friday 27th March – and she’ll be answering your questions!
Antonia Honeywell, author of dystopian epic The Ship, on how she juggles motherhood and writing.
Not only is Rene Denfeld is the talented author of the hauntingly beautiful debut novel The Enchanted, she is also is a death penalty investigator in Oregon, and we couldn’t wait to find out a bit more about her.