Sep 20, 2018
Claire speaks to Charlotte Duckworth, author of psychological suspense novel The Rival. They discuss Charlotte’slong journey as a writer and some of her novel’s themes: how motherhood changes a woman and often rocks her sense of identity and how that can play out against the backdrop of her work.
Books Mentioned on the Podcast:
The Rival, by Charlotte Duckworth
Our Kind of Cruelty, by Araminta Hall
No Further Questions,by Gillian McAllister
Rosie Loves Jack, by Mel Darbon
Dear Mr Pop Star, by Derek and Dave Philpott
Unscripted, by Claire Handscombe
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