Becoming an historical fiction novelist

In part two of this chat with author Nicholas Graham we hear about his vocational pathway to becoming a novelist of historical fiction, and what horse riding and reading Latin have to do with this vocational pursuit.

This follows an earlier episode about Nicholas’ debut novel The Judas Case which is set in the first century with a biblical backdrop and told as a master detective story.

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This conversation was first broadcast on the radio by 2SER 107.3FM

Images are from Shutterstock by JCVStock and Anne Kitzman.

The theme music is derived from ‘Tuesday Morning’ by The Pogues written by Spider Stacy.

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