Below are some links to recently published interviews and profiles.
I spoke to You’re Booked, the online community for crime writing, after my appearance at the Harrogate festival.
The folks at eBookMall were kind enough to make me their author of the month.
Talking to Opinionless about The Child Who, and my opinions on crime and punishment.
Why I chose to write about a child murderer – and why it was so difficult.
Why lawyers make the perfect protagonists. They’ve got to be good for something, right?
As part of Lovereading’s Guest Editor slot, I pick five of my favourite books.
I chat with Matt Craig about reading, writing and my new novel, The Child Who.
Cyprus Well were kind enough to make The Child Who their January 2012 Book of the Month. I popped in for a chat.
Talking to Adam Curry of the Big App Show about Rupture (A Thousand Cuts), via the miracle that is Skype.
I speak to Ashley, the bookaholic in question, about The Facility, how I write and who I read.
My confessions to Margot Kinberg: about my books, my background and my thoughts on the crime genre.
A Q&A from March 2011 for a blog devoted to journalists and journalism in fiction.
Watch me with Karen Campbell at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in an edited, thirty-minute version of our discussion.
A profile published in the Times Educational Supplement in February 2010, including my list of the most memorable fictional teachers.