Kate Ellis shares her passion for libraries and Golden Age crime fiction ahead of her appearance at this year's Slaughter in Southwold.
Stacey Halls tells us about her debut novel, The Familiars, and the importance of libraries in her life.
Tessa Hadley tells us what we can expect from her new novel, how she fits writing around teaching, and about the importance of books and reading in her life.
Robert Bryndza tells us how The Girl in the Ice came about and what we can expect from his other books, and shares his love for Lowestoft Library.
Stephen Booth tells us how he created detectives Cooper and Fry, why he sets his books in rural areas, and about the role of libraries in his life.
Lisa Wingate tells us all about her novels Before We Were Yours and Tending Roses.
Anne Perry tells us about her writing routine and latest series of historical crime novels.
Sara Paretsky tells us why and how she developed the character of V.I. Warshawski and what we can expect in her latest adventure.
LJ Ross introduces us to DCI Ryan and tells us about her next book and unconventional route to being published.
Prolific author Edward Marston tells us how he created Nicholas Bracewell and how he came to write a series of railway crime novels.