Crime Fiction event with Local Connections
Eva Dolan, Alison Bruce and Jane E James will presenting a “Killer Girls Afternoon” event at Peterborough Central Library. They will talk about their books, the inspiration behind them, and life as female crime and thriller writers.
The three writers will be speaking at Peterborough Central Library on Saturday 21st March at 2pm. Tickets for the event are £5 (£4 concessions and reading group members) and can be booked at any library or at Waterstones Bridge Street.
All three authors have local connections – Eva’s books are set in Peterborough, Alison’s are set in Cambridge, and Jane lives locally.
Eva Dolan is an Essex-based copywriter. Her début novel Long Way Home, the start of a major new crime series starring Detectives Zigic and Ferreira from the Peterborough Hate Crimes Unit, was published in 2014 to widespread critical acclaim. Her second book in the series, Tell No Tales, was published in January 2015.
Alison’s DC Goodhew series feature DC Gary Goodhew a young detective at Cambridge’s Parkside Station. Alison enjoys enjoy the thrills and twists of great storytelling, and the why of a good mystery. She has written six books in the series.
Jane describes herself as a writer of the modern gothic tale. Her thriller The Long Weekend was published in January 2015. A guilty secret is revealed at a family reunion, against a wintry Norfolk coast backdrop.