Crime Writer Anthony Horowitz“It’s funny, isn’t it, that we find relaxation and retreat in murder and violence.”

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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“Covid-friendly reading” is how Ryan Tubridy describes Anthony Horowitz’s latest novel Moonflower Murders. Ryan was speaking to the crime writer on the phone from Greece, where he is currently based; and between them they agreed that murder mysteries can have a weirdly comforting effect for some readers. Horowitz gives his take on the paradox, suggesting that getting lost in a …

Promising Young Women‘First you’re too young to know anything and then you’re too pregnant to be useful’

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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Not your average story of an office love triangle, ‘Promising Young Women’ by Cork-born, London-based promising young woman Caroline O’Donoghue is an office affair with “quite a rotten, dark twist in the tale,” as Ryan Tubridy put it.  Caroline spoke to Ryan about how her novel came to be. “I started writing what was essentially a kind of romantic triangle… …