Short Interesting Podcast

Posted: October 5, 2018 in Obtaining Info about the police, Writing
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In case you missed it, BBC Radio 4 show Front Row broadcast a segment on how the police help writers of crime fiction.

It featured the renowned Peter James, author of the Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series of novels and crime writer Clare Mackintosh, who worked in the police force for 12 years before becoming an author.

The interview is conducted by John Wilson and lasts around 9 minutes.

You can access the podcast at the following link – How the Police Help Crime Writers and the segment can be found at around the 19 minute 30 second mark.

Happy listening.

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