An Evening with Val McDermid
Saturday 3 October
Bridge House Theatre
Join International bestselling crime writer, Val McDermid, who has sold over one million copies in the UK alone and over 10 million copies worldwide. Her novels have been translated into twenty six languages across the globe and she has won numerous international and UK literary awards.
The Tony Hill and Carol Jordan series has enjoyed tremendous success including being adapted for the award-winning ITV drama, Wire in The Blood for six series. Fever of the Bone is the latest exhilarating instalment of the escapades of the clinical psychologist and Detective Chief Inspector and yet again takes the crime fighting duo into uncharted waters.
Val McDermid has become our leading pathologist of everyday evil… The subtle orchestration of terror is masterful The Guardian.
plus extras later in the month:
Making Crime Pay
Saturday 10 October
St Mary’s Church - The Vestry
2.00pm - 5.00pm
‘Making Crime Pay’ - A hands-on workshop led by successful crime writer Kate Charles.
Kate reveals a few of the secrets of getting published - but come prepared to work hard. Bring a notebook and a pen!
There are only 12 places available for this workshop so please book in advance through our box office 01926 776438
Corpses in the Cloister
Saturday 10 October
St Mary’s Church
Join clerical crime writer Kate Charles as she explores the unlikely links between the church and crime fiction, visiting everything from ordained detectives to crime novels set in cathedrals
Kate Charles, a former Chairman of the Crime Writers’ Association and the Barbara Pym Society, is the author of eleven crime novels set against the colourful historical backdrop of the Collegiate church. Her current series features London curate Callie Anson and explores issues ranging from gay bishops to the role of women in the church. Kate’s latest novel, Deep Waters, is a fascinating and timely look at celebrity culture.
Fundraising event for the church.
Refreshments will be provided.
Tickets will only be available from the St Mary’s Church shop, Warwick Books or by calling 01926 773637. Limited tickets will be available on the door.