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How Many Deaths: CrimeFest 19 May 2017.

19 May 2017 09:00 - 09:50

How Many Deaths?:
The Appeal of Serial Killers in Crime Fiction.

Discussing this topic will be:


James Carol

was born in Scotland and moved to England in the early-eighties. At various times he has worked as a guitarist, sound engineer, guitar tutor, journalist, and a horse riding instructor.When he's not writing, James spends his time training horses and riders. An accomplished guitarist, he relaxes by writing and recording music. He lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and two children.

Helen Fields 

 can be found on Twitter @Helen_Fields for up to date news and information. A former barrister, Helen now writes Scottish set crime. Her next book Perfect Prey is due out on 27 July 2017. She lives in Hampshire with her husband, three children

Mark Roberts

was born and raised in Liverpool and was educated at St. Francis Xavier's College. He was a teacher for twenty years and for the last ten years has worked as a special school teacher. He received a Manchester Evening News Theatre Award for best new play of the year. The Sixth Soul was his first novel for adults.

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 in the UK, followed by Road Closed, Dead End, Death Bed, Stop Dead, Fatal Act and Killer Plan, Murder Ring all featuring detective Geraldine Steel. Leigh also writes a spinoff series for Geraldine's sergeant, Ian Peterson. Cold Sacrifice and Race to Death are already published. Leigh recently signed a three book deal with Thomas and Mercer for a new series featuring Lucy Hall. There are two booms in the series. Leigh Russell is married with two daughters and lives in Middlesex.

The Participating Moderator is :

Paul Finch was born in Lancashire. UK. He began his writing career on the British television series The Bill. He has written over 300 short stories which have appeared in magazines, such as the All Hallows, the magazine of the Ghost Story Society and Black Static. He is the author of the ongoing series of DS Mark Heck Heckenberg novels.

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