Tag: Ashley Dyer

Never judge a book by its cover: Ashley Dyer on writing serial killer thrillers

In this audio interview, Ashley Dyer chats with BBC Radio Merseyside’s Jermaine Foster about growing up in Liverpool, defying her strict Roman Catholic family expectations to go to university, later becoming a crime novelist, and now writing serial killer novels set in her home town, Liverpool. How she became founder of Murder Squad, breaking rules […]

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Murder as an Artform

With The Cutting Room newly published, Ashley Dyer discusses serial murder, murder as art, the ethics of “bioart”, and the way that anonymity in social media allows people sneaky licence to become complicit in crimes. For the full interview, go to the International Thriller Writers’ Big Thrill Kindle Big Deal Promotion on The Cutting Room: […]

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St Martin’s Press ISBN-10: 1250121345 How did actors metamorphose from uncredited players in silent ‘flickers’ to become powerful movers and shakers in politics? Apparently, it all began in the 1920s with the very first celebrity movie stars. Nancie Clare charts the development of Beverly Hills from marginal rancho land to glamorous enclave for Hollywood stars. It […]

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