Karen Dionne, Alex Marwood and a whole lot of psychodrama
There are thrillers and there are thrillers that keep you up all night and haunt your waking hours demanding that you keep turning pages.
The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne has fellow crime writers in hyperbolic overdrive: ‘mesmerising’, ‘sensational’, ‘gorgeously written’, ‘an exceptional achievement’ and personally it had me from ‘I was born two years into my mother’s captivity. She was three weeks shy of 17’
Is it really that good? Make your own mind up when Karen joins us on the evening of 19 July to talk all things crime with another of our favourite thrilleristas, the wonderful Alex Marwood, who will be talking about her latest edge of the seat psycho drama, The Darkest Secret while the very brilliant Laura Wilson, author of the Stratton series of retro Capital procedurals and Guardian crime critic,chairs the whole caboodle.
Not for the faint hearted, our sensational crime evening is free to attend (but please book your place). Case the joint from 7.30pm