It's in My Head and it's Quite a Ride
When reading suspenseful, thrilling crime, the mind's internal narrative can be almost overwhelming. What's the psychological aspects of crime-writing? How does the writer get into the heads of often dark characters - not to mention those of the audience, to create this tension?
Speakers: J P Pomere & Iain Ryan
Books: Tell Me Lies, The Spiral
Publishers: Hachette, Bonnier-Echo