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Welcome to The Conversation with Nadine Matheson. Talking is what I do best. I'm a lawyer and practiced criminal law for nearly twenty years. I'm also the bestselling author of the Detective Inspector Henley series. The Jigsaw Man was published in 2021 to great success and the third book in the series, The Kill List, will be released in May 2024. In 'The Conversation with Nadine Matheson' I will be talking to creatives, entrepreneurs, basically anyone who has a story to tell. Email TheConver ...
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Martine Bailey is a crime fiction author. Martine studied English Literature while playing in bands on the Manchester music scene. She qualified in psychometric testing and over her career assessed staff for a top security psychiatric hospital. Martine's earlier novels, The Almanack and The Prophet were historical fiction and her new novel Sharp Sc…
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Dorothy Koomson is an international bestselling and award winning author. Dorothy's twenty year career began in 2023 with the publication of her debut novel, The Cupid Effect. Her third novel, My Best Friends Girl, was a Richard and Judy Summer Reads Book Club pick and her novel, The Ice Cream Girls was adapted for TV and shown on ITV in 2013. Doro…
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Katy Brent is the bestselling author of 'How To Kill Men And Get Away With It' which has been described as a A deliciously dark, hilariously twisted story about friendship, love, and murder. Katy is a freelance journalist who started work in women's magazines back in 2005. She works on every millennial's favourite teenage magazine, Sugar and in 200…
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Orlando Murrin is a food writer, broadcaster and now a novelist with his debut novel, Knife Skills for Beginners. Orlando's culinary adventures began when he was a Masterchef semi- finalist in 1992 which led to life as a chef, restaurateur and writer. Orlando writes for Waitrose Weekend, has written six cookbooks and is the co-host of the BBC Good …
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This is a bonus episode to celebrate my birthday and the first anniversary of 'The Conversation with Nadine Matheson Podcast.' Ashley Tate worked for over a decade as an editorial writer and editor for various publications as well as Canada's first online magazine. Her debut novel, Twenty Seven Minutes has been described as 'truly gripping and deep…
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Antony Johnston is a prolific and New York Times Bestselling writer whose name can be found on the cover of comic books, graphic novels, video games and fiction. His graphic novel, The Coldest Day, was adapted into the movie, Atomic Bomb . Antony has written Daredevil, Wolverine and Shang-Chi for Marvel Comics, the Alex Rider graphic novels and the…
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Leonie Swann is the bestselling author of Glennkill/Three Bags Full. Her debut novel Glennkill sold 100,000 copies in six months when published in her native Germany. Now Cambridge, UK based, Leonie's fifth novel, The Sunset Years of Agnes Sharp was published in September 2023. The Sunset Years of Agnes Sharp One murder to solve and another to cove…
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MARGARET WILKERSON SEXTON studied creative writing at Dartmouth College and law at UC Berkeley. Margaret practiced as a lawyer until she made the decision to change careers and become an author. Her debut novel, A Kind of Freedom, was long-listed for the National Book Award and the Northern California Book Award, won the Crook's Corner Book Prize, …
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Luan Goldie is an award winning author and teacher. Her debut novel, Nightingale Point, was longlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction and the RSL Ondaatje Prize. In 2018 she won the Costa Short Story Award and has been shortlisted for the London Short Story Prize and the Grazia/Orange First Chapter competition. Her novels include Homecoming and …
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Quentin Bates is the author of Gunnhildur Mystery novels set in present-day Iceland – and as a translator he has worked with some of Iceland’s leading authors including Lilja Sigurðardóttir, Sólveig Pálsdóttir, Stella Blómkvist, Einar Kárason, Ragnar Jónasson, Jónína Leósdóttir, Óskar Guðmundsson and more. Quentin's latest book Cold Malice is out n…
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Kathleen Whyman is a bestselling author and journalist whose novels have been short listed for the Comedy Women in Print and Romantic Novelists Association Joan Hessayon Award. Kathleen’s debut novel, Wife Support System was published In 2021 and her latest novel, Would You Ask My Husband That?, is out now. Would You Ask My Husband That? She's wear…
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Lesley Kara is the Sunday Times Bestselling author of 'The Rumour'. The Rumour was the highest selling crime fiction debut of 2019 and has been sold in 18 territories. Lesley has written four novels and her latest novel, The Apartment Upstairs, is out now. The Apartment Upstairs Scarlett's aunt lived - and was brutally murdered - in the apartment u…
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Kirsty Eyre won the inaugural 'Comedy Women in Print Award 2019' with her debut novel, Cowgirl, which was then shortlisted for the Romantic Novel Association's debut novel award. Kirsty is also a stage-play writer and her plays have appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Kirsty Eyre also writes rom-coms as Ginger Jones. 'You Had Me At Halloumi'…
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Winnie M Li is a Taiwanese-American author and activist. Winnie has written for travel guidebooks, produced independent feature films, programmed for film festivals, and developed eco-tourism projects. Winnie is a sexual assault survivor and her debut novel, Dark Chapter, was a fictional retelling of her assault. Dark Chapter won The Guardian's Not…
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Nadine Matheson is in conversation with Femi Kayode who trained as a clinical psychologist in Nigeria, before starting a career in advertising. He has created and written several primetime TV shows. He completed an MA in Crime Fiction at the University of East Anglia, where his novel Lightseekers won the Little, Brown / UEA Crime Fiction Award. Lig…
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Born in Bristol and raised in Lagos, Nikki May is Anglo-Nigerian. At twenty, she dropped out of medical school, moved to London, and began a career in advertising, going on to run a successful agency. Her best-selling and award winning debut novel Wahala was inspired by a long lunch with friends and is soon to be a major BBC TV series. Wahala Three…
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Miranda Dickinson is a six-times Sunday Times Bestsellers list has sold a million copies of her novels. Miranda Dickinson writes romantic comedy but also crime thrillers under a pseudonym, MJ White. Her first novel, Fairytale of New York, is being rereleased in paperback and is available to pre-order now. Her latest MJ White novel, Leave No Trace, …
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Derek Thompson grew up in London and started writing fiction in his teens. After spending a year in the US, he returned to London and subsequently moved to the West Country. He wrote a commissioned piece for The Guardian in 2008 and entered the world of freelance writing in 2009. His short fiction has featured in both British and American anthologi…
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Stephen Edger is the Amazon bestselling author of psychological and crime thrillers, including Snatched, and Little Girl Gone. Born in the north-east of England, he now lives in Southampton where most of his stories are set, allowing him to use his insider knowledge to deliver realistic and unsettling suspense on every page. Stephen also writes und…
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Kia Abdullah is a Times bestselling author and travel writer. Her debut novel Take It Back, was published in 2019 and was a Guardian and Telegraph thriller of the year. Her second novel, Truth Be Told, was published in 2020 and her third novel, Next of Kin was longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger Award and won the Adult Fiction Diverse Book Award 202…
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Abisola Aboh founded Full Bloom Beauty in June 2020 during the height of the COVID 19 pandemic and has since been providing natural products for afro hair textures. The haircare brand maintains that it uses only 100% natural and plant-based vegan ingredients to formulate cruelty-free products free of parabens, silicones, sulphate, and other harmful…
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Trevor Wood has lived in Newcastle for 30 years and considers himself an adopted Geordie, though he still can’t speak the language. He's a successful playwright who has also worked as a journalist and spin-doctor for the City Council. Prior to that he served in the Royal Navy for 16 years joining, presciently, as a Writer. Trevor holds an MA in Cre…
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Louise Hare is a London-based writer and has an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck, University of London. Originally from Warrington, the capital is the inspiration for much of her work, including This Lovely City, which began life after a trip into the deep level shelter below Clapham Common. This Lovely City was featured on the inaugural BBC TW…
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Nikki Smith studied English Literature at the University of Birmingham University, before pursuing a career in finance where she worked for various companies including BDO and Morgan Stanley. Following a ‘now or never’ moment, she applied for a Curtis Brown creative writing course where she started writing her debut novel All in her Head which was …
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Tabrizia Jones is a librarian at the New York Public Library and is also a blogger at 'Cup of Tea with that book please'. In todays episode we talk about Manga, anime and comic books and how they're the best forms of storytelling, the pros and cons of booktok and the banning of books. Follow Tabrizia Jones here New York Public Library Patreon - Sup…
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Victoria Dowd is the author of the bestselling Smart Woman’s mystery series which won 'The People’s Book Prize 2021' for fiction. Victoria studied law at Cambridge University and practiced for many years as a criminal law barrister. A Book of Murder Nineteen guests with secrets to hide. One exclusive party on a private island. An invitation to die …
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William Shaw writes the DS Alexandra Cupidi books, set in Dungeness. The Trawlerman is the fourth in the series. The next, The Wild Swimmers, will be published in 2024. Writing as G. W. Shaw, he also writes gripping adventure thrillers. His latest, The Conspirators, will be published by riverrun in July 2023. The Conspirators Jacob Meaney makes so …
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Half-Angolan and half-Portuguese, Patricia Marques was born in Portugal but moved to England when she was eight. As well as the MA in Creative Writing from City she holds a BA in Creative Writing from Roehampton. She lives in London and her first novel, The Colours of Death was described as 'Breathtakingly original, and a captivating sense of place…
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Yasmin Angoe is the Anthony-nominated author of the critically acclaimed thrillers Her Name Is Knight and They Come At Knight of the Nena Knight series. She is a first-generation Ghanaian American and, in 2020, received the Eleanor Taylor Bland Award for Emerging Writers of Color from Sisters in Crime. Yasmin’s books were an Amazon Best Book of the…
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Pernille Hughes is a Rom Com author. Pernille had a career in children's television, which included working on the global smash hit Teletubbies, before becoming an author. Pernilla published her first novel, Punch Drunk Love in 2018 and her third novel, TEN YEARS, was published last year. TEN YEARS Becca and Charlie have known each other since univ…
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Jack Jordan is the Sunday Times Bestselling author of Do No Harm. He started his writing career at the age of 17 when he was diagnosed with agoraphobia and didn't leave his home for an entire year. Jack's latest novel, Conviction, is released on 22 June 2023 and is available to order now. TO STEAL A MAN'S FREEDOM ALL IT TAKES IS . . . CONVICTION Wa…
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Olivia Kiernan is an Irish writer living in the UK. She was born and raised in County Meath, near the famed heritage town of Kells and holds an MA in Creative Writing awarded by the University of Sussex. The End of Us is Olivia's first standalone after her acclaimed Frankie Sheehan Series and will be published on 22 June 2023. The End Of US Myles a…
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Hannah Mary McKinnon is a bestselling author who was born in the UK before moving to Switzerland and then Canada in 2010. Hannah had a successful career in recruitment but left the corporate world behind to start a writing career. Her first novel, Time after Time was a rom com however she then moved into the world of suspense novels. Her seventh bo…
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Scott Walker is one of the world’s most experienced kidnap for ransom negotiators and is first book, Order Out of Chaos is available now. Scott Walker's career included 16 years as a Scotland Yard detective before embarking on a career as a negotiator where he supported organisations, government departments and private individuals in negotiating th…
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T. Orr Munro is the author of the CSI Ally Dymond series. T. Orr Munro has a varied career which includes four years as a Crime Scene Investigator, teacher and a police and crime journalist. Her first novel Breakneck Point, which is set in North Devon, was published last year and the second novel SlaughterHouse Farm is released on Thursday 25 May 2…
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Tola Okogwu is an award-winning British-Nigerian children’s author, journalist and hair care educator. Her first book 2. ONYEKA AND THE ACADEMY OF THE SUN was the June 2022 Waterstones Book of the Month, winner of the 2023 Children’s Africana Book Award for Older Readers and has been nominated for a British Book Award 2023 - Children's Fiction. The…
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Sháá Wasmund is an award winning entrepreneur, Sunday Times Bestselling Author, Mentor and Advisor. Shaa Wasmund was the first female boxing promotor, and has built multiple seven figure business. She is also recognised as one of the ‘Top 20 Most Influential Entrepreneurs’ in the UK by the Sunday Times and was awarded an MBE in 2015 for services to…
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Heather J Fitt was born in Scotland and after moving around Europe with her parents and sister, settled in Hampshire. Heather re-trained as an editor and proof-reader and entered the world of publishing. Her debut novel, Open Your Eyes, was published in 2022 and her second novel, The Flight, was published in 2023. The Flight A young mother is trapp…
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Sam Holland is the award winning author of 'The Echo Man' and the soon to be released 'The Twenty'. Having always been fascinated with the dark and macabre, Sam Holland studied psychology at university then spent the next few years working in HR, before quitting for a full-time career in writing. The Twenty The countdown has begun. Who will die nex…
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Dreda Say Mitchell MBE is an award-winning and internationally bestselling author, campaigner, broadcaster and journalist. Dreda's first novel was the acclaimed and award winning Running Hot and to date she she written 20 books. Her books have been translated into 14 languages and she's been collaborating with her partner, Ryan Carter, since her fi…
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Lia Middleton is a barrister and author. Her debut novel, When they Find Her was published in 2021. Her second novel, Your Word or More was published in 2022. Lia's third novel, The Confession, will be published on 31 August 2023. WELCOME TO THE CONFESSION ROOM: An online forum for anonymous atonement. Some people confess to affairs, others to stea…
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Christie J Newport is the winner of the first Joffe Books Prize for Crime Writers of Colour. Her debut, which was unanimously received by the judges, was published in 2022. Since developing a rare illness as a child, Christie found reading and creating stories to be an escape. Writing crime and psychological thrillers set in her home city is her pa…
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Simon Toyne is an author, tv producer and screenwriter. His debut novel Sanctus was the biggest selling debut in 2011. His sixth novel, Dark Objects, was published in 2022. Count to three,’ her mother told her, the last words she would ever speak. An Impossible Crime Scene A wealthy woman is found brutally murdered in the locked fortress of her Lon…
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Ratchel Faturoti is a British-Nigerian author, editor, screenwriter and poet. She believes it’s important for readers to see themselves represented well in stories. Her first YA novel, Sade and her Shadow Beasts was published in 2022. Her second novel, Finding Folkshore, will be published on 6 April 2023. When 16-year old Fola, struggling to deal w…
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Leodora Darlington is the publishing director at Orion Books and the founder of the Owned Voice. The aim of Owned Voices is to help nurture the talent of under-represented writers and demystify the way the publishing industry works. Leodora was named a Bookseller Rising Star in 2021 and her expertise has resulted in her producing best-selling comme…
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Mark Stay is a novelist and screenwriter. His Witches of Woodville series is published by Simon & Schuster, and his new film Unwelcome premiered at the Sitges Festival recently, and was released by Warner Bros. in 2023. The Guardian said, “This is Straw Dogs by way of Fraggle Rock, essentially; but the script by Wright and Mark Stay weaves in enoug…
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Graham Bartlett a former detective and now a crime fiction and police advisor to authors and TV writers as well as a Sunday Times best selling crime writer. His latest novel, Force of Hate, is released on 23 March 2023. "When a firebomb attack at a Brighton travellers’ site kills women and children, Chief Superintendent Jo Howe has strong reason to…
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Lauren North is an author. She has written four psychological thrillers. Lauren is also the co-host of the 'In Suspense Podcast'. Lauren's pen name is L.C. North. 'The Ugly Truth', a book club thriller, will be published on 16th March 2023. Melanie Lange has disappeared. Her father, Sir Peter Lange, says she is a danger to herself and has been admi…
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Part Two Nicola Williams is a Barrister, Judge and Author. 26 years after the release of her debut crime novel, Without Prejudice, her second novel, Until Proven Innocent will be released on 16 March 2023. "Spectacular! British crime fiction has a dazzling new voice in Nicola Williams' Tony Parsons The gripping new courtroom thriller following barr…
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Part One Nicola Williams is a Barrister, Judge and Author. 26 years after the release of her debut crime novel, Without Prejudice, her second novel, Until Proven Innocent will be released on 16 March 2023. "Spectacular! British crime fiction has a dazzling new voice in Nicola Williams' Tony Parsons The gripping new courtroom thriller following barr…
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