This issue we’re celebrating the Hitchcock-style suspense of The Girl On The Train, both the grip-lit phenomenon and the blockbuster film arriving in the autumn. Read on to find out why it’s Emily Blunt’s toughest role so far, and discover how author Paula Hawkins created a global bestseller. Elsewhere in this issue we’ve hung out with Better Call Saul’s Bob Odenkirk, chatted to Val Mcdermid, experienced the Southern charm of Lethal Weapon star Clayne Crawford and joined the New Blood boys on set at the Docklands Light Railway. To continue the rail theme, this month the team and I have chosen our favourite crime novel to lose yourself in during a train journey – basically, the book you wouldn’t mind missing your stop for. I’ve gone for Poirot (more from him next issue) in Murder On The Orient Express, for its atmosphere, ingenious solution and impressive customer service in the midst of murder and snow storms. Enjoy the issue!