Kōtarō Isaka’s thriller Bullet Train is hurtling to British readers after becoming a runaway success in Japan. It is the latest, Jake Kerridge explains, in a long line of crime books set on the sleepers.
Hawkins’ third novel will ‘explore the way that no tragedy happens in isolation’, the author says.
Into the Water is the addictive, murky new thriller from The Girl on the Train author Paula Hawkins. Read on for its first few pages
We talked to Paula Hawkins about following The Girl on the Train, writing Into the Water, and her fascination with memory
The journalist and author of 2015's bestselling Girl On The Train steps into the spotlight to give us an insight into her life and work
The author wrote her smash hit The Girl on the Train from her home study. Now working on her next book, Hawkins tells us what she needs around her to write a bestseller.
Paula Hawkins brings a photo of her father, an Edward Hopper picture and a DVD of Rear Window to the Penguin Studio to talk about her bestselling book The Girl On The Train with host Richard E Grant.
PAULA HAWKINS worked as a journalist for fifteen years before turning her hand to fiction. Born and brought up in Zimbabwe, Paula moved to London in 1989 and has lived there ever since. Her first thriller, The Girl on the Train, has been a global phenomenon, selling 23 million copies worldwide. Published in over forty languages, it has been a No.1 bestseller around the world and was a No.1 box office hit film starring Emily Blunt. Into the Water, her second stand-alone thriller, has also been a global No.1 bestseller, spending twenty weeks in the Sunday Times hardback fiction Top 10 bestseller list, and six weeks at No.1.
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