Podcast: Author of The Flower Girls, Alice Clark-Platts, Takes on Tough Subjects and Discusses Children who Kill

Podcast: Author of The Flower Girls, Alice Clark-Platts, Takes on Tough Subjects and Discusses Children who Kill

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Alice Clark-Platts discusses human rights law, and what her research for her novel The Flower Girls taught her about children who kill.

Podcast guest: Alice Clark-Platts

Alice Clark-Platts is a former human rights lawyer who worked at the UN International Criminal Tribunal in connection with the Rwandan genocide and on cases involving Winnie Mandela and Snoop Dogg. She is the author of the police procedurals Bitter Fruits, The Taken, and The Flower Girls. She lives in Singapore with her family.

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                  Synopsis

                  You'll never forget The Flower GirlsThe Flower Girls. Laurel and Primrose.One convicted of murder, the other given a new identity.Now, nineteen years later, another child has gone missing.And The Flower Girls are about to hit the headlines all over again...
                  Alice Clark-Platts
                  About the author

                  Alice Clark-Platts

                  Alice Clark-Platts is a former human rights lawyer who worked at the UN International Criminal Tribunal in connection with the Rwandan genocide and on cases involving Winnie Mandela and Snoop Dogg. She is the author of the police procedurals Bitter Fruits and The Taken, the latter of which was shortlisted for the Best Police Procedural in the Dead Good Reader Awards 2017. Her work was included in Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women, selected by Sophie Hannah.

                  Books by Alice Clark-Platts

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