Murder She Writes

RITISH NOVELIST LISA Jewell first hit it big writing so-called chick lit (a term, for the record, that she actively dislikes). But nearly two decades after her breakout debut novel, the rom-commy best-seller , she’s set her sights on writing psychological thrillers. “I’ve gone in a

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