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Invisible is a great thriller. I can’t say too much more about the plot because the twists and turns are the whole point of reading a book that wrong foots the reader at every turn . . . Christine Poulson kept me reading by giving out just enough information to intrigue and puzzle so that I had to read just one more chapter. That’s why, in the end, I just dropped everything else and read the last half of Invisible in one sitting.’

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All in a Day’s Work:

Posted on Nov 21, 2016 in Barry Forshaw, Crimetime, Deep Water | 4 Comments

I am finding it hard to find time to blog at the moment, but here is an article, ‘All in a Day’s Work,’ that I have just written for Barry Forshaw’s splendid website: crimetime.co.uk:  http://www.crimetime.co.uk/mag/index.php/showarticle/4741

It’s about how I found out about the science in my new novel, Deep Water, and the benefits of getting out of the study and into the lab.

4 Comments

  1. tracybham
    November 21, 2016

    Very interesting article, Christine. I could not be a writer, especially of fiction, but if I did, research would be the part I would love. And the next novel set at a station in Antarctica sounds very good.

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    • Christine Poulson
      November 22, 2016

      Thanks, Tracy. Yes, I do enjoy the research. In fact it is sometimes a temptation to go on doing it when it is really time to start writing.

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  2. Moira, Clothes in Books
    November 27, 2016

    That was fascinating, I loved reading how you moved to a different area of expertise. And can’t wait for Antarctica…

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    • Christine Poulson
      November 27, 2016

      Thanks, Moira. I always enjoy doing research. You can take the girl out of the university . . . And I am having such fun with the Antarctic setting.

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