One is a beloved TV producer and presenter, one is the acclaimed bassist and founding member of iconic British rock band Suede. Now, both are novelists. In Richard Osman’s The Thursday Murder Club, a brutal killing on the doorstep of a peaceful retirement village sees a group of crime-enthusiast octogenarians become unlikely real-life detectives. In Mat Osman’s The Ruins, two brothers navigate a dream-like world of music, mystery and danger across London, LA and Las Vegas. The brother chat to one another with a Q&A with Julia Wheeler.
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