Ruth Ware is an international bestseller, who has just published her 7th crime thriller, ‘The It Girl’.
It tells the story of April, a vivacious, bright girl at the University of Oxford, who quickly draws a group of friends into her dazzling orbit. Until, one morning she is found dead. 10 years later, new information surfaces about the crime, and changes Hannah’s life… her testimony was key to sending a man to prison. It means, one of her friends might have done killed ‘The It Girl’.
Ruth’s books, ‘The Lying Game’, ‘The Woman in Cabin 10’, ‘In a Dark, Dark Wood’, ‘The Death of Mrs Westaway’, ‘The Turn of the Key’, and ‘One by One’ have all been huge bestsellers, and there’s a lot of noise about her new novel.
We discuss her move from YA to adult, crime fiction. Also why the hardest part of writing crime, is figuring out why someone will try to solve the mystery. You can hear how she gets through the tricky 30k word mark, and why her writing space is almost perfect.
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