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.
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).
Antonia Honeywell, author of dystopian epic The Ship, on how she juggles motherhood and writing.
Carlos Ruiz Zafón is one of the world’s most read and best-loved writers. He is the author of seven novels including The Shadow of the Wind. So imagine our excitement when he dropped by One Book Lane for a chat!
We get to know Victoria Aveyard, the most exciting new fantasy author around, ahead of the publication of her hotly-anticipated début novel Red Queen,
You’ve never met a heroine quite like Becky Masterman’s Brigid Quinn. At 59, she’s tougher, more complex and more thrilling than any character you’ve met before.
The Bookish Babes from County Louth, Ireland put themselves forward to read and review our book club choice, Her by Harriet Lane.
Harriet Lane, author of 2012 break-out hit Alys, Always, tells us how she came to write her new novel, ‘the ultimate frenemy thriller’, Her.