THURSDAY, 12th OCTOBER 2017 – 7.30pm

Crime and Wine

with

SIMON BECKETT and ANTONIA HODGSON
“Creating heroes and crime scenarios across the centuries”

Simon Beckett taught English in Spain and played percussion with several bands before becoming a novelist and freelance journalist, writing for the likes of The Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Independent on Sunday, and the Observer. His latest crime novel, featuring his forensic hero David Hunter, The Restless Dead, is set in the Essex marshes.

 

Antonia Hodgson is the author of the bestselling Tom Hawkins historical crime series, set in the 1720s. The Devil in the Marshalsea won numerous awards and was selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club. Its sequel, The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins, was chosen by Publishers Weekly as one of the top 10 mysteries of the year. The latest in the series, A Death at Fountains Abbey, cements Hawkins’ place as the most lovable rogue in historical fiction (The Express).

Venue: Frinton Tennis Club  Tickets: £12.50

THURSDAY, 9th OCTOBER 2014

CRIME and WINE EVENING

with SOPHIE HANNAH and FERGUS McNEILL

Frinton Tennis Club. 7:30pm £12.00 (including wine and nibbles)

sophie hannahthe telling error-200HSophie Hannah is an internationally-renowned, best-selling author, best known for her psychological thrillers. Her new book, The Telling Error, is the latest in her Culver Valley crime series.

‘One of the finest crime writers of our generation’ – Daily Mail

 

 

fergus mcneillFergus McNeill is the author of 3 D.I. Harland crime thrillers. His latest book, Cut Out, is due to be published during the festival, and follows on from his thrilling debut Eye Contact and the follow-up Knife Edge.eye contact

Eye Contact – a chilling game of cat and mouse that should keep you awake long after bedtime. D.I. Harland is a welcome addition to the growing ranks of British Detectives – Peter Robinson