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.

Books recommended this week are:  Salt Lane by William Shaw, Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb and The Captives by Debra Jo Immergut.

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!

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2 thoughts on “Author William Shaw and More!

  1. Hi, This is Warren Wortman from Columbia, MD. George and Mary Medicus recommended your podcast. I very much enjoyed the interview with William Shaw. So much, in fact, that I ordered The Birdwatcher from the library and read it, basically, in one sitting. I really enjoyed how Shaw presented two timelines from Northern Ireland and Kent with very strong dialog and character development. I’ve already recommended the book to several friends. I’ll be listening to more of your podcasts, for sure.

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    1. Hi Warren!
      Wasn’t that a great book? Really loved it. Salt Land, his latest, is really good too. In addition, William Shaw is a great guy, very generous with his time. Thanks for listening!! Glad you are enjoying the podcast. We are having a lot of fun putting it out there.
      Dave

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