Sarah Hilary – BritCrime Special – Joined Up 46

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“You can always write a better book.” – Sarah Hilary.

After a little break (sorry, we’ve both been very busy!) here is a little treat for you – a great interview with Sarah Hilary, author of the Marnie Rome crime series.

Sarah writes crime thrillers that have been described as ‘superbly disturbing’, ‘stunning’ and ‘meaty, dark and terrifying’. They all feature the central character of DI Marnie Rome. Sarah’s debut novel, ‘Someone Else’s Skin’ won the 2015 Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of The Year Award and she already has three books in the series with a fourth due in 2017. When she isn’t churning out award-winning books, Sarah also runs a flash fiction contest for Crimefest.

Sarah is one of the BritCrime group of writers that are part of the brilliant free online BritCrime Festival that runs July 15th-17th. You can find all of our other BritCrime Interviews here.

You can find out more about Sarah and her work on her blog here and follow her on Twitter.

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About Wayne

Editor and Soundman for MGL Media (@mglmedia) Love writing, running, and co-hosting The Joined Up Writing Podcast. Follow @MrKelly2u and say hello.
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