edited by Russell James
How do successful writers write? Russell James – past chairman of the Crime Writers Association – has persuaded many well-known crime writers to give their tips and reflections on the realities of the writer’s craft. Here, for the first time in book form, these conversations are interleaved with advice from other leading writers.
Authors quoted include Ian Rankin, Mark Billingham, John Harvey, Andrew Taylor, Peter Lovesey, Mike Jecks, Natasha Cooper, Judith Cutler, Patricia Highsmith and Elmore Leonard.
Available May 2015