‘Music enables me to reach a deeper understanding of myself’ – Dina Santorelli, The Undercover Soundtrack

What does a thriller writer put in her headphones when she wants to drum up the characters of her childhood Brooklyn? Sinatra, Dean Martin, Coldplay, Bonnie Tyler… My guest this week needs silence for the actual writing, but reaches for music when she’s choreographing a scene or rekindling her creative momentum. Most of all, her soundtrack earths her story in the people and environs of her childhood. She is Dina Santorelli and today she’s on the Red Blog talking about the soundtrack to her thriller Baby Grand

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