Killer Women

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Venue Mansfield Central Library

Three exciting female crime writers from the Killer Women  collective head to Mansfield Central Library for an afternoon of brilliant book chat. The London-based collective have been taking the crime fiction scene by storm – don’t miss the chance to hear a trio of writing talents live at your library, as they discuss whether the female really is deadlier than the male in crime fiction. Expect murder, mayhem and hot debate.

Featuring:

Erin Kelly - the writer behind the official novel of the Bafta-winning ITV series Broadchurch. Her  debut novel The Poison Tree which became a major ITV drama, was a Richard and Judy Bestseller and was longlisted for the John Creasy Dagger Award. Erin also writes for newspapers and magazines including Red, Psychologies, Marie Claire and Elle. 

MJ McGrath - an award-winning writer and journalist. MJ McGrath is the author of the novels White Heat and The Boy in the Snow - both part of the acclaimed Edie Kiglatuk mystery series. She was awarded the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for best Commonwealth writer under thirty-five.

Photo of author Helen Smith, smiling

Helen Smith - Helen Smith’s books have reached number one on Amazon and have been optioned for TV. Alison Wonderland follows the adventures of an all-female detective agency in London. The Emily Castles mysteries feature an amateur sleuth called Emily. A new Emily Castles mystery appears in the Killer Women anthology. 

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Find out more about the Killer Women, who launched London’s first female-led crime fiction festival,  on their website, and read an article about how they’re transforming the publishing world here.

Adult event. Over 18s only.

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