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Paula Hawkins joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss her runaway hit The Girl on the Train. Paula shares her thoughts on the film adaptation, explains why she thinks the book has been such a success, and gives us a sneak peek of her upcoming second novel.

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Audible Interview With Paula Hawkins

The author of the multi million selling 'The Girl On The Train', Paula Hawkins, tala exclusively to Audible about her past career as a financial journalist, her influences, the forthcoming film adaptation of her novel and the role of women as crime novelists.

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  • kathleen
  • 07-01-17

Thank you Audible!

It's such a treat to be offered these little treats to read after one has finished the novel and are missing it. Especially for free! To get a glimpse of the author is so gratifying. It gives a bit of closure and hearing of upcoming books or films all make finishing and letting go easier on readers who become involved like I do.

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  • E. D. Hensley
  • 19-08-16

Excellent crisp interview

Both interviewer and Hawkins are Cochise and clear without being robotic. Left me wanting to follow up with other sources rather than feeling overloaded. No writerly angst or blather. No interviewer showoffy or meandering questions or responses. A model for a short interview.