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Lynda La Plante visits the Audible Studios to discuss the audiobook release of her books Hidden Killers and The Cold Cases.

Lynda began her career as an actress of stage and screen but, in the 80s, started writing books and TV screenplays to universal acclaim.

Her debut novel, The Legacy, became a best seller and her popularity has never waned, producing hit after hit, including the Prime Suspect and the Trial and Retribution series. She has since been awarded a CBE, become a member of The Crime Thriller Awards Hall of Fame and is the only lay person to become a fellow of the Forensic Science Society.

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  • Frances Scott
  • 29-03-20

Lynda La Plante - Jane Tennison

Loved the interview. Ms. La Plante is very delightful. I read the first set of books decades ago, and I still remember the series. I am glad that she has revisited a younger Jane Tennison. When I read the series and watched the show, I always wondered if the character was treated as poorly as I thought.

Thank you, Ms. La Plante for the introduction of Detective Inspector Jane Tennison and now the younger version who will grow into her formidable self.

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  • Andy Harper
  • 15-06-20

The Seeds of La Plante

This is a very interesting interview with a very talented lady who really does her research well

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  • Lynne Nicholson
  • 02-05-20

Brilliant interview

Listening as I sew. I love that Lynda said about being able to read as you do something else. I frequently pop my Bluetooth headphones on as I clean my flat, and do the washing up etc. All mundane jobs go better with a book.

My one quibble is hearing her say people think all blind people read Braille

I’m registered blind. I lost most of my sight as an adult (my sight loss was confirmed and it’s cause diagnosed about 3 weeks before my 55th birthday- it is very difficult to get Braille lessons with a teacher physically there as an adult. I would have to do a correspondence course which is cheap enough but the equipment I would need is quite expensive and I have no guarantee I’d be able to learn (I certainly can’t work out the Braille on bleach or medication).

I’m loving learning the authors and narrators points of views in this series of interviews

Thank you Audible