Adult Price: £10
Concessionary Price: £8
Date(s) - 26/06/2021
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
A brilliant unexpected twist can turn a thriller into a bestseller. But is a twist always necessary in a crime novel – and can too many spoil the plot? Acclaimed crime writers Harriet Tyce, Kate Rhodes and Louise Millar discuss the fine art of keeping us hooked.
Chaired by Ruth Dugdall an internationally published novelist and short story writer. She has just been appointed as a Royal Literary Fellow. Ruth’s seven novels are inspired by her interest in the psychology of deviance. Ruth Dugdall lives in Suffolk where most of her books are set.