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Crime at Hertfordshire LitFest

April 19 @ 10:00 am - May 20 @ 5:00 pm

Crime events James Runcie: Sidney Chambers and the dangers of temptation Come and find out what Sidney Chambers is up to in the new Grantchester novel (as seen on TV) and discover our stunning new library at Hemel Hempstead Wednesday 19th April, 7.15pm Hemel Hempstead Library, The Forum, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP1 1DN. Tickets £7.00/ Concessions £5.00 James Morton: The Krays Ronnie and Reggie’s crimes of fraud and extortion finally led to three bloody murders.  Find out more about…

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Crime Writers Galore at Hwyl Llandeilo

April 27 @ 2:00 pm - April 30 @ 10:00 pm

The Hwyl Llandeilo LitFest boasts a terrific programme, set in different venues in Llandeilo, a lovely setting in rural Carmarthenshire.  CWA members include Sherlockian expert David Stuart Davies, with his ‘The Game’s Afoot’; Rob Gittins and also Thorne Moore and Sally Spedding on the Welsh Noir panel. Other authors include Jasper Fforde, Niall Griffiths, David Lewis and many, many more, amongst historians, poets, performers, together with events and competitions for children. Not to be missed! https://llandeilolitfest.org llandeilolitfest@mail.com

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Poison and Poisoners Conference

April 29 @ 12:00 am - 6:00 pm

CASEBOOK: CLASSIC CRIME CLUB Poison and Poisoners One Day Conference at the Chamberlain Hotel, London. The long awaited conference ‘POISON & POISONERS’ presented by Casebook Classic Crime Club will include 4 top speakers, CWA’s Joint Vice Chair Linda Stratmann and Sandra Hempel among them. Places will be limited, so book soon to avoid disappointment. Tickets are £20.00 per person. Visit the website to book: http://www.timezonepublishing.com/

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Erin Kelly at Gliterary Lunch, London

May 4 @ 12:00 am - 3:00 pm

If you want to treat your clients, friends or simply yourselves to a entertaining afternoon listening to two bestselling authors talk about what lies behind their latest books while you enjoy good food, wine and conversation, please come and join us on Thursday 4 May.  The crime writer Erin Kelly is one of our two author speakers. Erin Kelly is best known for the fabulous Richard & Judy pick, The Poison Tree, which was dramatized for TV. She also wrote…

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No Better Place to Be in May than CrimeFest

May 18 - May 21

CrimeFest. One of the UK’s most loved crime-writing festivals. CrimeFest is a convention for people who like to read an occasional crime novel as well as for die-hard fanatics. Drawing top crime novelists, readers, editors, publishers and reviewers from around the world, it gives all delegates the opportunity to celebrate the genre in a friendly, informal and inclusive atmosphere. The CrimeFest programme consists of interviews with its featured and highlighted guest authors; over forty panels with more than a hundred…

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Alibis in the Archive

June 9 @ 6:00 pm - June 11 @ 12:15 pm

The world-renowned Gladstone Library on the North Wales/Cheshire border is to host a splendid feast of juicy crime writing dishes: Alibis in the Archive. The programme runs from the evening of Friday 9 June to Sunday 11 June 2017 and kicks off with a murder mystery written by CWA Diamond Dagger winner Ann Cleeves. The following day, Ann talks about the world of television detectives, David Stuart Davies will be as entertaining as ever about Sherlock Holmes and our Chair…

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Vintage Thrillers Film Weekend, Chester

August 11 - August 13

A residential weekend course organised by the Cosmopolitan Film Club (non-profit) is running at Chester University campus on Vintage Thrillers (1950 – 1961) this August. There are seven thrillers being shown commencing on Friday evening and ending on Sunday afternoon.The total cost of the course is £177.88 which includes two night’s accommodation, refreshments and all meals. There are seven thrillers being shown, which are Guilt Is My Shadow (1950), Bang! You’re Dead (1953), The Brain Machine (1955), The Flying Scot (1957),…

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Crime Writing at Swanwick this Summer

August 12 - August 18

Swanwick Writers’ Summer School runs from 12-18 August is pleased to be running two crime-related courses this year. Kate Bendelow, a serving Crime Scene Investigator with over fifteen years’ experience, will be running a course covering forensic advice for crime writers,  while Stuart Gibbon, a former senior police detective, and now a writing consultant, will be running a course on police procedure. Both are also available for one-to-one sessions to discuss work. There’s also the added bonus of guest speaker…

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