Q&A with Thorne Moore – home is where the hurt is

Thorne Moore chatting about her next book The Covenant, the characters in it… And a little bit about herself!

Crime Cymru

Every week we feature a Q&A session with one of our Crime Cymru authors. This week,Thorne Moore offers a fascinating insight into how not just location, but homes and buildings impact on character and story.

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I was born in Luton, but I’ve lived in Pembrokeshire for the past thirty-eight years. My mother’s family came from these parts, though well before her time – she was born in Cardiff, but her grandmother was born in Spittal, so I could claim to be coming home. I studied history at Aberystwyth and later law through the Open University and worked in a library until I decided I wasn’t fit to be an employee. I left to become self-employed, making miniature furniture and running a restaurant with my sister. I am now on the brink of giving up everything except writing, which is…

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