My fascination with the macabre began as a child when I sat rapt watching Bela Lugosi and his vampire brides in the 1931 black and white classic, Dracula, on our TV in the family room. I was perhaps 6.
I had an early morning chat with the crew from NovaFM on the Assassin tour, clutching my cup of coffee like a lifeline. We talked about the writing process, criminal investigation and the difficulties of researching the dark side of society.
A big congratulations to Julia Robertson for winning our Pandora English themed e-card comp with her clever entry.
In today’s Sunday Magazine I chat with Angela Mollard about love, life, writing Assassin, losing my mother when I was young, and more. “My motto is ‘Life is too short to live the same day twice…”
Pandora English returns in her third novel, The Skeleton Key, publishing December 1, 2012. In The Spider Goddess she faced her most formidable foe yet, but things are certainly not about to get easier for Pandora or for Spektor, the mysterious Manhattan suburb that does not appear on maps. Here’s the first look at the cover and synopsis: […]
To celebrate the release of Assassin, the exciting sixth book to feature Mak Vanderwall, HarperCollins are giving you the chance to win a signed copy!