Alibis in the Archive Online
Online: Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 October
Alibis in the Archive is back!
Organised by award-winning crime writer Martin Edwards, former chair of the Crime Writers’ Association and recipient of the 2019 CWA Diamond Dagger, this online event hosted by Gladstone’s Library in N Wales features acclaimed authors, including many CWA members, who will pull back the curtain on the art of penning compelling crime narratives.
Events will feature writers such as Lynne Truss, Simon Brett, Martin Edwards, Rupert Holmes, Joseph Goodrich, Bonnie MacBird, Antonia Hodgson, L.C. Tyler, Michael Jecks, Ruth Dudley Edwards, Shawn Reilly-Simmons, Tonya Spratt-Williams and Art Taylor, and editors such as David Brawn of HarperCollins and Verena Rose of Level Best Books.
To book onto individual events, or to buy a weekend pass, click here. All individual online talks are £3, and the weekend pass is £15. A print and collect service is available to those without access to email facilities for a small charge to cover our admin costs. Call 01244 532350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Printed tickets will be available to collect from Reception before the event.
Gladstone’s Library in Hawarden, Flintshire was opened in 1902 and resulted from a major bequest by former Prime Minister, W. E. Gladstone. Its residential wing was opened in 1906 and has been beautifully updated in recent years. The Library provides opportunity for study and quiet reflection as well as a programme of courses and events. It is the home of the archives of British crime writing; the records of the CWA and the Detection Club are kept there. Find out more about Gladstone’s Library here.
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