14-16 September sees the return of the Chiswick Book Festival for its fourth year and this year’s programme features a fantastic line up of crime writers who may interest your readers.
On Saturday, 15 September the critically acclaimed crime novelists Sophie Hannah, ‘Kind of Cruel’ (Headline), Michael Marshall, ‘Killer Move’ (Orion), and Stav Sherez, ‘A Dark Redemption’ (Faber,) will debate the thin line that separates good and evil, happiness and misery, luck and fate. All three authors have had books optioned or adapted for the big screen. The debate will be chaired by the Daily Telegraph crime critic Jake Kerridge. (Saturday, 2.15pm)
Also on Saturday is 20 years of Agatha Raisin - the 20th Anniversary of the feisty detective Agatha Raisin created by bestselling author M.C. Beaton who has captivated millions of readers worldwide. She will be discussing her writing with acclaimed writer Simon Brett. (Saturday, 3.30pm, St Michael and All Angels Parish Hall upstairs.)