'I prefer a more domestic murder': the thrilling nastiness of PD James
For the author, the aim was always to explain murder realistically. Her Booker-nominated book, A Taste for Death, opens with the foul discovery of a murdered former Tory minister and a homeless man in a church vestry — and never lets up. Sam Jordison analyses it in the Guardian and finds out more about James' crude approach to murder.
From The Guardian