Crime fiction has always been an immensely popular and dominant genre, from the post war golden age crime novels of the 1920s, 30s and 40s to the wide ranging crime novels that adorn our shelves today. This is largely thanks to riveting plots, eye popping crimes and terrifying twists that send the imagination running wild.
If you too enjoy some cracking crime fiction, we have the event just for you. Join three astonishing crime writers for a session examining the significance of the ‘twist in the tale’ so significant to good crime fiction. We will be welcoming to the panel Louise Millar, Harriet Tyce and Kate Rhodes for what promises to be a riveting discussion all about the art of crime writing.
We are delighted to be hosting this event live and in person at the Orwell Hotel Felixstowe.
Just a quick note for anyone who wants to join in on our April book club meeting: we will be reading Harriet Tyce’s The Lies You Told, very good bookish ‘revision’ for this very event in June. You can find more information on our book club page here.
Imogen and the Festival Team x