14 March 2014

The next few weeks are going to be busy ones with Cold Steal published in a couple of weeks and a few appearances coming up for me to stand up on the hind legs and pontificate.

24th April, 101 Reykjavík
This is a crime night at Southsea’s very own Icelandic-themed café. It starts around 6PM and goes on until they throw us all out around 10. Jake Kerridge will be quizzing Michael Ridpath and me about Iceland, fiction, murder, elves and a few other subjects, while James Law will be interrogating local authors Fergus McNeill, Diana Bretherick and William Sutton.

3rd May, Newcastle
A crime fiction day organised by the lovely Dr Jacky Collins of the University of Northumbria at the Lit & Phil Library in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, including an Icelandic session with Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Ragnar Jónasson and me, chaired by Barry Forshaw.

15-18th May, Bristol
CrimeFest is here again and it looks bigger and better than ever. This time there’s an all-Icelandic session with with Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Ragnar Jónasson, Michael Ridpath and me, chaired by Barry Forshaw on Thurday 15th. There’ll be a draw at the end of the session and we’ll be giving away a direct flight to Iceland, an Iceland Noir pass and a couple of nights’ accommodation in Reykjavík to a lucky winner.
On Friday 16th I’m moderating a panel on police procedurals and how they have changed with Stephen Booth, John Harvey, Fergus McNeill and Clare Donoghue.

21-22 November, Reykjavík
Iceland Noir is back, not bigger, but two days instead of one. Early days yet, but it looks interesting, so stay tuned...

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