More details of the 2020 Conference

We can now confirm the following speakers will also be appearing at this year’s conference (in addition to those previously announced):

Kate Ellis – author of the best-selling Wesley Peterson series of mysteries

Moira Redmond – commentator on, amongst other things, Clothes in Books

Len Tyler – CWA Dagger winning author

Jake Kerridge – crime fiction critic for the Daily Telegraph

Christine Poulson – author of the Cassandra James and Katie Flanagan mystery series

Jim Noy – author of The Invisible Event blog on (frequently) impossible crime fiction

Daniel Curtis – author of The Reader is Warned blog

Kate Jackson – compiler of the The Pocket Detective puzzles published by The British Library

Steve Barge – the moving force behind the recent republication of Brian Flynn’s novels

The budding Hercule Poirots amongst you may deduce that Steve Barge will be talking on Brian Flynn – one of the topics already announced – but what of the other speakers? What will be their subjects? With less than 24 hours left before the Early Bird discount expires you can ensure you find out by booking for the conference today.

4 responses to “More details of the 2020 Conference

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