Kelley Armstrong on her latest thriller This Fallen Prey and her creative process

Canadian author Kelley Armstrong talks about her new novel, raising a family and her little cabin in rural Ontario where she writes.
Kelley Armstrong's latest thriller This Fallen Prey is the third book in her Rockton series of mysteries. (Kathryn Hollinrake, Penguin Random House)

Canadian author Kelley Armstrong writes fiction designed to keep her dedicated audience on the edge of their seats — and they've stuck with her through 40 books ranging from horror in her hit Women of Otherworld series to a New York Times #1 best-selling young adult novel. Recently, Armstrong released her latest novel, This Fallen Prey, a chilling mystery set in a shadowy Yukon town where people go when they want to disappear.

Kelley Armstrong joins Tom Power to talk about her new novel, her prolific writing career, raising a family and the little cabin on her family's land in rural Ontario where she writes.

Produced by Chris Trowbridge


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