Crime writers Jason Webster and Tarquin Hall talk about their influences, inspirations and what makes a good crime novel.
Jason Webster has written a dozen books on Spain, including the highly acclaimed Max Cámara detective series, set in modern-day Valencia.
His titles have been translated into over fifteen languages. He is married to the Flamenco dancer Salud and divides his time between Spain and Dorset.
Tarquin Hall is a British writer and journalist who has spent much of his adult life away from the United Kingdom, living in the United States, Pakistan, India, Kenya and Turkey, and travelling extensively in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia.
He is the author of seven books and dozens of articles that have appeared in many British newspapers and magazines, including the Times, Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Observer and New Statesman.