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Character Interview – Louisa

 

Q. What is your full name?
A. Louisa Catherine Williams

Q. Where did you grow up?
A. I was born and grew up in London.

Q. What were your best/worst subjects in school?
A. My best subject was French, my worst subject was Mathematica but my favourite subject was Science.

Q. Were you bullied as a kid?
A. No.

Q. What was your favourite game?
A. I didn’t play many games. I preferred to read or do crossword puzzles.

Q. What were you like as a kid?
A. Quiet. I didn’t have a lot of friends and I liked to be alone.

Q. What’s your most embarrassing childhood memory?
A. I can’t remember anything embarrassing.

Q. Were you a good student?
A. Yes. I loved school and I found learning fun.

Q. What did you want to be when you were a kid?
A. I wanted to be a teacher when I was very young but as I got older I changed my mind and decided I wanted to join the police.

Q. Were your parents strict?
A. Yes, they could be, but I suppose it was for my own good.

Q. What was your favourite toy?
A. I had a teddy bear when I was young but my favourite things were my books.

Q. What do you like doing in your spare time?
A. What spare time? If I had any spare time I would like to travel.

Q. Are you single?
A. Yes.

Q. How would someone get your special attention?
A. By being kind, considerate and understanding. He would have to understand that my job comes first and would have to be supportive.

Q. What has been your best/worst date?
A. I haven’t had many dates as I don’t have time to waste on romance. I like men and I like being in a relationship but somehow none of my relationships last very long. I don’t have time for romance, but flowers and chocolates are always appreciated. Of course, a well-made cup of tea or a shoulder to lean on would be nice too!

Q. What’s your biggest pet peeve?
A. I can’t stand people who can’t get straight to the point! I loathe wafflers and I suppose that’s why I push so hard in interviews.

Q. Who is your inspiration?
A. I admire people with logical brains and I suppose I was inspired by Sherlock Holmes, Inspector Morse and other great fictional detectives.

Q. How would you like to be remembered?
A. I would like people to see my picture and say, ‘she was a great detective, always solved her cases’.

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Look Over Your Shoulder

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DS Louisa Williams struggles against the odds to bring the serial killer to justice before he claims any more victims. Two women have already been brutally strangled and

Louisa finds herself battling her new DI, as well as the odds, to catch the murderer.
With her job on the line, she comes to rely on her colleague Millie and the handsome acting-DC Mark Ward in her fight for justice for the victims and for herself. Mark proves himself to be an invaluable member of the team and Louisa is quick to notice this and seeks his help throughout the case.
Will Louisa be able to fit the pieces of this tangled investigation together before her DI transfers her back into uniform? What secret is DI Oakes hiding and will Louisa have the courage to reveal it?

 

Look over your shoulder. 

You never know who’s behind you.

 

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