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Anthony Horowitz is a best-selling author and screenwriter specialising in mystery and suspense. He's known for such works as his Alex Rider and Diamond Brothers series, the specially-commissioned James Bond and Sherlock Holmes books and television series Foyle's War. Anthony joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to talk about his latest novel, Magpie Murders.

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  • Teresa Cooper
  • 05-31-17

Hello Anthony.

It was good to listen to Anthony Horowitz discuss his new book and look back at previous work. Anthony was then asked about what he would like to do in the future? I found his answer to this enlightening and, after thinking about the answer, I thought yes I could see him doing that.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-27-17

interesting and passionate man

It is good to listen to authors to see where they are coming from I really enjoyed the house of silk and will check out more of Anthony's work.

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  • UMAGA
  • 01-10-17

first time ive heard horowitz speak!

i ve read all 9 of his alex rider books... then it occured to me ive never heard him talk. stumbled across this interview. fascinating person.

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  • Mr. J. Cole
  • 12-30-16

Fascinating short interview

Very enjoyable short interview. Would easily listen to a longer interview.
I always find Anthony's thoughts and views interesting and would happily like to see a more in depth interview of his craft, especially how he gets into other authors heads to write for Holmes etc.