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Leigh Russell

Leigh Russell

Leigh Russell speaks with Robin Blake about starting late as a writer, why genre fiction is popular, and her own crime-writing hero. Leigh Russell speaks with Robin Blake about becoming a crime writer in her fifties, writing series books that can also stand alone, what readers want from her genre and her surprising crime-writing hero.


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