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Pick a character, any character – by Michael Wood

I had the story for Outside Looking In long before my first novel, For Reasons Unknown, was published. However, I didn’t want to write a follow-up in case my protagonist, DCI Matilda Darke, never saw the light of day. Thankfully, she did. As soon as I signed… Read More

Author of SOMEONE OUT THERE, Catherine Hunt shares her Top 10 Books

   Strangers on a Train/Patricia Highsmith. A clever and simple idea for the perfect murder. Excellent portrayal of the relationship between the two main characters; the psychopath Bruno and his alter ego, Guy, who is the target of his corruption. To Kill a Mockingbird/Harper Lee. I love this for its… Read More

A Killer Q&A with author Catherine Hunt

Tell us about yourself. I’m a journalist who for many years was with BBC TV news producing and then editing the main TV news shows. Started out on local papers in the dim, distant past. Currently run a media consultancy business. Avid reader of crime fiction. Tell… Read More

Obsession is like a runaway train…

Catherine Hunt, author of Someone Out There, outlines some of the inspiration behind her debut thriller novel. As a journalist, I’d come across a lot of real life stories about people with an obsession which had made them do appalling things, and it always seemed like… Read More