Susan Hill, author of “The Woman in Black” and other novels, in conversation by phone with host Richard Wolinsky.
The Woman in Black, a play by Stephen Mallatrat and directed by Robin Herford is playing in San Francisco at ACT’s Strand Theater through January 16th, and for more information you can go to act-sf.org, in New York through March 13, and in an open-ended run on the West End in London.
Susan Hill has written over thirty novels, most of them stand-alones in the gothic ghost story genre, and eleven crime novels featuring her detective Simon Serrailer, the most recent being The Benefit of Hindsight, published in 2020, with A Change of Circumstance to be published in March, 2022. She’s also written six collections of short stories, an autobiography among nine non-fiction works, five plays, and 13 Children’s Books. She became a Dame of the British Empire in 2020.