LAURA LIPPMAN talks to Paul Burke about her new novel DREAM GIRL, Baltimore, #Me TOO and racism and why being a writer is a little like playing for a living.
DREAM GIRL: Gerry Anderson has been having trouble sleeping. He's unwell - bed-bound - and has only his night nurse and his personal assistant for company. But what's really troubling him are the phone calls. Phone calls from a woman claiming to be the 'real' Aubrey.
But that can't be. Aubrey's just a character Gerry made up in a book, years ago.
Can Gerry see past the ever-blurring lines of fact and fiction and figure out who is threatening him, or has his long-overdue moment of reckoning finally arrived?
Laura Lippman has been awarded every major prize in crime fiction. Since the publication of What the Dead Know, each of her hardcovers has hit the New York Times bestseller list. A recent recipient of the first-ever Mayor's Prize, she lives in Baltimore, New Orleans and New York City with her family. To Find out more about Laura visit www.lauralippman.com
Produced by Junkyard Dog
Music courtesy of Southgate and Leigh Don't Wait