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Meet A&B’s Aline Templeton at the Dick Institute, Elmbank Avenue, KA1 3BU as she does a talk entitled ‘A Life of Crime’ discussing her work and doing a reading from her latest DI Marjory Fleming book Evil for Evil. Tickets are £2 and include refreshments. For more information call the venue on 01563 554300
A&B’s Rebecca Tope, author of the cosy crime books, Shadows in the Cotswolds and The Windermere Witness, will be chatting about her life at the Women’s Institute, The Village Hall, GL56 0UR. As well as speaking about her career as a successful writer, Rebecca will be selling some of her own knitting and wool spinning. So come down a grab yourself a Rebecca Tope original! For more information, contact the Gloucestershire Federation on 01452 523966.
Join crime writer Aline Templeton at the launch of the new Blairgowrie Literary Festival, the Bookmark Festival. Aline will be doing a Meet the Author session, talking about and signing copies of Evil for Evil, her latest instalment in the DI Marjory Fleming series at the Royal Hotel, Blairgowrie, PH10 6AB.
Crime writer extraordinaire Adrian Magson will be attending the Winchester Writer’s Conference, Sparkford Road Winchester, SO22 4NR. He will be giving lectures including ‘How to Get a Literary Agent’ in discussion with his own agent, David Headley as well as ‘It’s the Seconds that Count’ discussing how to make secondary characters stand out. Adrian books include the bestselling Lucas Rocco mysteries such as Death on the Pont Noir and the upcoming Death at the Clos Du Lac. For more information or to register for the event, click here.
As part of Crime Month Fraserburgh Library and the Crime Writers Association invite you to an afternoon with acclaimed Scottish Crime writer Aline Templeton. Aline will be giving a talk and doing a reading from her latest novel Evil for Evil, a DI Marjory Fleming mystery. The event is free so join her at Fraserburgh library, King Edward Street, AB43 9PN. For more information contact the library on 01346 518197
Author of the highly acclaimed DI Marjory Fleming series, Aline Templeton will be visiting Ellon library to give a talk and do a reading from her latest book Evil for Evil. She has been Chair of the Society of Authors in Scotland and was a Justice of the Peace for ten years. Meet this fascinating author at Ellon Library, Station Road, AB41 9AE. Admission is free and for more information contact the library on 01358 720865.
Edward Marston is the author of over 40 historical crime novels, including The Home Front Detective series and the best selling Railway Detective mysteries. His series cover very dramatic periods in history: from the Elizabethan theatre to the home front during the Great War. Judith Cutler, by contrast, sets her novels such as Still Waters mostly in the here and now, with a rich and varied cast of investigators: policemen, food standards officers, a regency vicar, college lecturer and now, an antiques dealer.
Join the husband and wife duo at Emerson Green Library, BS16 7AP as they compare techniques for writing about crime in the past and in the present. Tickets are £2.70 for library members, £5.50 for non members, both of which can be bought here. For more information visit the library website.
Chipping Barnet library are hosting a crime writers’ panel featuring best-selling authors Ruth Dudley Edwards, author of Killing the Emperors, and Ali Knight. The authors will be discussing their work and the writing process, and there will be a chance to ask your own questions. Entry is free so bring your questions and meet Ruth at Chipping Barnet Library, Stapylton Road, EN5 4QT. For more information ring the library on 020 8359 4040.
Rebecca Tope has published eighteen crime novels since 1999, set in various areas of rural England. Her main series is the Thea Osborne murder mysteries, which are all set in real villages in the Cotswolds. A new series began in 2012 with ‘The Windermere Witness‘, in which a florist named Persimmon Brown finds herself involved in the investigation into two murders. Tickets are £3 on the door so come and meet this extraordinary author as she talks about her life and her best selling books.