The highly engaging British crime fiction novelist William Shaw joins us this week from Brighton, England! We chat with him about his books, his earlier career as a journalist and we talk a little about refugees in both countries. Charles Dickens, who can’t resist a fellow Brit, also pops in for a chat with William.
In “Library Corner” Amy recommends books set in Norway and other Scandinavian countries based on last week’s read of Derek B. Miller’s American By Day. She recommends: Smilla’s Sense of Snow by Peter Hoeg, The Harry Hole detective series by Jo Nesbo, Out Stealing Horses by Per Petterson, and the long, 6 part autobiography of Karl Ove Knausgard called My Struggle.
Thank you to Rebel Mouthed Books for including us in her list of favorite book podcasts!