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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!

EDI­TOR An­dre Paine

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