Friday, 2 March 2012

Partners in Crime

Those of you lucky enough to live in Bristol should sneak along to this event at Bristol Grammar School on March 13. Sophie Hannah (author of the novels from which ITV adapted Case Sensitive), whose short stories I reviewed here, and Erin Kelly, whose writing has been compared to Daphne du Maurier's, will be talking crime all evening. Bliss!

Bristol Grammar School and Hodder, in association with the Bristol Festival of Ideas, invite you to Partners in Crime with two high-ranking crime writers, Sophie Hannah and Erin Kelly, who will talk about their writing and the popularity of the crime genre with Carolyn Mays, Publishing Director (fiction) at Hodder.

Tickers are a steal at £7, which includes refreshments and a 40-piece orchestra to play you in. What's more, you can buy 4 tickets for the price of 3, which means you and a squad of pals can attend for a fiver each (don't quibble over the maths, please). If you're thinking of attending, join me, the editor of Reviewing the Evidence and others for pre-event drinks in the bar at Brown's. Now, what could be better than that?

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