The Epilogue – our extra ‘quick-hit’ of chat, featuring a bonus question not included in our main guest interviews. Today it’s Breen and Tozer author, William Shaw. Check out William’s full interview here.
Before becoming a crime writer, William was an award-winning music journalist and the author of several non-fiction books including Westsiders: Stories of the Boys in the Hood, about a year spent with the young men of South Central Los Angeles, and A Superhero For Hire, a compilation of columns in the Observer Magazine.
The New York Times has called his series of detective books set in late sixties London “an elegy for an entire alienated generation.” And several of his books have been longlisted and nominated for various awards including Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, The Barry Award and the CWA Historical Dagger.
Buy his latest book here – Sympathy For The Devil
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I also gave a quick update on my own writing and progress with my debut crime novel. You can find out more over on my personal blog waynekellywrites.co.uk and you should also check out my writing buddy, Maria Smith and her journey over at First Draft Cafe.
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