Book readings and signings at Shepherd's Bush Library
The Curzon Group of crime writers have a single mission: The Return of the Great
British Thriller. Meet four members of the group for a chance to hear them read from
their books and answer questions put to the panel. Copies will be available to
purchase for signing.
Three Crime Panel: The Curzon Group
Wednesday 2 June 2010
6.30pm (doors open at 6pm)
Shepherd's Bush Library
Crime Writers available for questioning.
Panel includes Leigh Russell, Matt Lynn, Tom Cain and Richard Jay Parker
Leigh Russell's CUT SHORT, published last year, was a runaway success with two reprints in six months. Jeffery Deaver wrote: "CUT SHORT is a stylish,
top-of-the-line crime tale, a seamless blending of psychological sophistication and
gritty police procedure. And you're just plain going to love DI Geraldine Steel."
The second in the series, ROAD CLOSED, hits the shelves in June 2010, with DEAD END
following in 2011. Leigh is currently researching the fourth in the Geraldine Steel
Matt Lynn is the author of the 'Death Inc.' series of military thrillers. 'Death
Force' was published last year, and made the best-seller charts. "Up there with the
finest that Andy McNabb or Chris Ryan have ever penned," wrote the News of the
World. It's been published in Japan, Holland and Greece. The sequel 'Fire Force' is
out this year, with 'Shadow Force' scheduled for 2011. Previously, Matt was the
ghost-writer of several number one best-sellers.
Tom Cain is the pseudonym for an award-winning journalist, with 25 years' experience
working for Fleet Street newspapers, as well as major magazines in Britain and the
US. He has edited four magazines, published over a dozen books, written film-scripts
and been translated into some 20 languages. 'The Accident Man' thrilled the critics.
The Guardian wrote: 'The Bourne Movies meets Frederick Forsyth'.
RICHARD JAY PARKER
Richard Jay Parker worked in TV for 20 years as a script writer, script editor and
producer. STOP ME is his fiendishly dark, twisty debut thriller novel about a
global killer who can only be stopped by forwarding a SPAM email. Simon Kernick
said: 'Tightly written, fast paced and keeps you turning the pages.'
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May 4, 2010