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Can you tell us a little about your upcoming release, “Spider”? It’s a “domestic suspense” novel about Sophie, a British Pakistani woman who has grand ambitions to become an actress. So far she hasn’t had much success in either her career or her love life. Her movie...
Can you tell us a little about your latest release Murder in Haxford? While the book is a stand-alone, it does continue the adventures of Pignon Scorbion and his colorful group of amateur detective assistants who debuted in Pignon Scorbion & the Barbershop...
Finding inspiration in a fever dream, Jonathan Payne wrote his debut novel, Citizen Orlov. But beyond its surreal inspiration, the novel’s subject matter is rooted in Payne’s own experiences. Before moving to Washington, DC, Payne worked in national security for the...