Shortlisted for the CWA ALCS Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction 2022
A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week
Join us and one of Britain’s leading forensic psychiatrists to hear about The Devil You Know.
Gwen shares the eye-opening insights that she has gained providing therapy to countless violent criminals and calls for greater compassion and shared humanity in the face of complex and emotive psychological issues.
The author will be interviewed by Christie Watson. A registered nurse for twenty years before becoming a writer and researcher, Christie Watson won the Costa First Novel Award for her debut, Tiny Sunbirds Far Away.
In 2017 she published a memoir of her time as a nurse, the No.1 Bestseller The Language of Kindness, which is currently being adapted for television.
Christie Watson's latest book, Quilt on Fire, has just been released.
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