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Wednesday, 4 April 2018

43 Days to CrimeFest 2018


The first panel at the CrimeFest conference is 13:30pm on Thursday 17 May 2018.  We have the marvelous opportunity to learn about some new authors.  Get there early - don’t miss it.

T.A.Cotterell’s first novel, the psychological thriller What Alice Knew, was published in paperback by Transworld in May 2017. He read History of Art at Cambridge University. He worked in the City before resigning to become a freelance writer. He is now working on his second novel. TA Cotterell is married with three children and lives in Bristol.

J.D Fennell was born in Belfast at the start of the Troubles.  He left Belfast at the age of nineteen and worked as a chef, bartender, waiter and later began a career in writing for the software industry.
JD's debut, 
Sleeper, was published by The Dome Press in April 2017. He divides his time between Brighton and London, where he lives with his partner

Olivia Kiernan is an Irish writer living in the UK and author of crime thriller, Too Close to Breathe.
She
was born and raised in County Meath, near the famed heritage town of Kells and holds an MA in Creative Writing awarded by the University of Sussex.


Jane Robins is a writer and broadcaster living in London. In the late 1980s she was a foreign correspondent for The Economist, working in India and South East Asia. On  returning to Britain, she became a policy adviser at the BBC, and then editor of 'The Week in Westminster' on Radio 4. Her debut book is The Curious Habits of Doctor Adams.

Felicia Yap grew up in Kuala Lumpur. She has been a cell biologist, a warhistorian, a university lecturer, a technology journalist, a theatre critic, a flea-market trader, and a catwalk model. Felicia lives in London and is a graduate of the Faber Academy’s creative writing program. Yesterday is her debut thriller.

The panel is moderated by Karen Robinson of the Sunday Times Crime Club

http://www.crimefest.com/

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