Charlie Williams was born and raised in Worcester, a town made famous by a sauce. He lives there again now after stints in exotic places around the world, such as Swansea. And Leeds. As well as novels he has written numerous short stories, most of which are listed around here somewhere. In 2009, the short film ARK was screened at Cannes and other festivals - screenplay by Charlie. Big time, baby! (Although he didn't actually go to Cannes.)
Praised as “an emotionally complex and deeply satisfying read ” (Publishers Weekly, starred review), Emily Arsenault’s ingeniously crafted second book, In Search of the Rose Notes, validates her standing as an exhilarating new voice in contemporary fiction. A moody and engrossing mystery, the story follows two best friends from childhood who once unsuccessfully investigated the disappearance of their teenage babysitter, and now, in their twenties, attempt once again to uncover the truth. Readers who love the literary, female focused mysteries of Laura Lippman, Tana French, and Jennifer McMahon will be thrilled to add Rose Notes to their must-read lists.
Andrew Gulli is the managing editor of the "Strand Magazine". He recently edited a book that has many top authors inside and he will discuss this book along with industry news. When Suspense Magazine and The Strand Magazine get together, fireworks are bound to happen!
Time to get your fiction on!!!
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