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The Orenda Roadshow: Crime Fiction Panel

Tuesday 5th March 2019
18:00 - 20:00 at Waterstones, Manchester - Deansgate

The Orenda Roadshow: Crime Fiction Panel

Waterstones Manchester is delighted to welcome a fabulous collection of FOURTEEN best-selling crime-fiction writers as The Orenda Roadshow pulls into town, bringing with it writers from Finland, Norway, Iceland, Germany, France and the UK to discuss their novels, their writing heroes, what makes them write, the crime-fiction genre and much more besides.

Authors joining us on the evening include:

Louise Voss (The Old You)

Michael Malone (A Suitable Lie, House of Spines, After He Died)

Thomas Enger (Cursed, Killed, Inborn)

Antti Tuomainen (The Mine, The Man Who Died, Palm Beach Finland)

Lilja Sigurdardottir (Snare, Trap)

Louise Beech (How To Be Brave, The Mountain in My Shoe, Maria in the Moon, The Lion Tamer Who Lost, Call Me Star Girl)

Steph Broadribb (Deep Down Dead, Deep Blue Trouble, Deep Dirty Truth)

Simone Buchholz (Blue Night, Beton Rouge)

Matt Wesolowski (Six Stories, Hydra, Changeling)

Johana Gustawsson (Block 46, Keeper)

Kjell Ola Dahl (Faithless, The Ice Swimmer, The Courier)

Helen FitzGerald (The Cry, Worst Case Scenario)

Will Carver (Good Samaritans)

David Ross (Welcome to the Heady Heights)

This is a rare, one-off opportunity to see an assembly of authors representing crime fiction, and a great chance to talk to authors working across many different aspects of the genre.

Further details: 01618373000

Manchester - Deansgate Waterstones, Manchester - Deansgate
Tuesday 5th March 2019
18:00 - 20:00

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