Join us on Saturday 9 November at Twickenham Library, for a day celebrating authors close to home.
From cutting edge psychological suspense to literary detective novels, what draws writers and readers to crime fiction? Join three celebrated local authors, all members of the Crime Writers’ Association for a fascinating discussion about their latest work, careers and experiences of writing crime fiction.
- Part of Richmond Literature Festival’s LOCAL AUTHOR DAY
- 2:30–3:30pm, Saturday 9 November, Twickenham Library, Garfield Rd, Twickenham TW1 3JT
- £8 / £6.50 / Special £5.60 ticket price for Richmond Card holders
Emma Curtis’ latest novel The Night You Left explores the nuances of family relationships, the abuse of authority, the darker side of friendship and the breakdown of trust. She is the founder of the Psychological Suspense Authors Association.
Amanda Robson worked in the Poisons Unit at Guy’s Hospital, where she became a co-author of a book on cyanide poisoning. Amanda attended the Faber novel-writing course and is now a full-time author. Her debut novel, Obsession, was a number one eBook bestseller.
Tony White is the author of six novels including his latest The Fountain in the Forest, one work of non-fiction and numerous short stories. He has written for the Guardian and Channel 4 and is a former writer in residence at the Science Museum.