The podcast for the second review title of the Richard and Judy Book Club Spring 2017, I’m Travelling Alone by Samuel Bjork, is a fantastic opportunity to hear all about his gripping crime thriller and the inspiration behind it. Norwegian author, Samuel Bjork’s bestselling debut novel, I’m Travelling Alone, kicks off when a little girl’s body is found hanging from a tree and detectives Mia Kruger and Holger Munch make it their mission to hunt down the ruthless killer.
Richard and Judy took the time to ask Samuel Bjork why he writes under a pen-name, what made him choose a single twin as his lead character, why he thinks it translates so well across different cultures and more. Whether you’ve already read I’m Travelling Alone or just about to, listen to the podcast below to hear an extract read by Samuel Bjork himself and find out more about his compelling debut novel.
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