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Steve Cavanagh The Devil's Advocate

Killer Consequences | Steve Cavanagh interview

Steve Cavanagh joins us in this episode of the podcast to talk about the latest edition to his million bestselling Eddie Flynn series. The Devil’s Advocate takes con-man-turned-lawyer Eddie Flynn to Alabama where he is the only thing standing between an innocent man and the electric chair. Steve tells us about the real-life inspiration behind his latest novel, his experience as a civil rights attorney, and the supportive world of crime fiction authors.

Kate and Isaac are also joined by Michelle from Alton Library to discuss her book recommendation, The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird. The fascinating debut novel speculates on how the world would fair after being struck by a plague that only kills men. A great recommendation for those that enjoyed Naomi Alderman’s The Power. Michelle also recommends The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot by Marianne Cronin and Lisa Taddeo’s latest novel Animal.

We also chatted about upcoming library events, our author of the month, Anne Tyler, as well as our online reading group’s latest book, Secrets of Santorini — now available on for unlimited download on BorrowBox. Other exciting titles ready for download include Buried by Lynda La Plante, The Yorkshire Shepherdess by Amanda Owen, and Robin Hood: Hacking, Heists, and Flaming Arrows by Robert Muchamore for our younger readers.

If you liked this episode, why not listen to some of our others? You might like our interviews with Andy McNab, Will Dean and Helen Fields.

Thanks to Steve Cavanagh, Michelle from Alton Library and to our supporter BorrowBox, the library app that allows you to download ebooks and audiobooks straight to your phone or tablet.

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