Tana French | 'I don't like being in my comfort zone. I think it’s dangerous'

Tana French | 'I don't like being in my comfort zone. I think it’s dangerous'

"I've discovered that as a writer I don't like being in my comfort zone. I think it’s dangerous.”

Tana French first made her name with the Dublin Murder Squad series (six books to date), which began with her award-winning début Into the Woods. Last year she moved to Viking with her first standalone, the devastating psychological mystery The Wych Elm, which drew huge acclaim from the critics, with the Times comparing it to Donna Tartt’s The Secret History.

Her latest novel is another standalone and, interestingly, another departure; a mystery infused with the spirit of a Western. The Sear...

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