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Monday, 11 April 2016

A Life of Crime: What's the Appeal of Crime Writing?

On Friday 20 May 2016
09.00 - 09.50

Taking part in this discussion are:

R.M. Cartmel is a man of many parts: a passionate blues aficionado, a wine collector and connoisseur, a recently retired GP of many years standing and much popularity, and, recently, a writer of crime fiction.

 David Mark was a journalist for over fifteen years, including seven years as Yorkshire Post in its Hull office. 
He lives in Lincolnshire with his family. 

      Tara Moore was born in Ireland. Her debut novel RSVP was released at the 
start of 2010. Tara now lives on the East Kent coast in England. She is currently working on her next novel VIP

Leigh Russell studied at the University of Kent gaining a Masters degree in English and American literature. Formerly a secondary school English teacher, with the success of her Geraldine Steel series, Leigh now writes full-time. Her debut novel, Cut Short, was published in 2009 by No Exit Press. Leigh also writes a spinoff series for Geraldine's sergeant, Ian Peterson. Leigh recently signed a three book deal with Thomas and Mercer for a new series featuring Lucy Hall. . Leigh Russell is married with two daughters and lives in Middlesex.

 Participating Moderator is Clea Simon
Clea Simon is the author of three nonfiction books and four mystery series.
The Theda Krakow mystery series was launched in 2005 with Mew is for Murder.
Her Dulcie Schwartz series launched in
2009 with Shades of Grey.
The Pru Marlowe pet noir series started in 2011 with Dogs Don't Lie.
In 2016, Severn House launched my new, darker Blackie and Care mystery series with
The Ninth Life.

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