Friday 20 July | 3.30pm
The Old Swan Hotel | Harrogate
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How does life experience influence fiction? Novelist, playwright, actress and theatre-maker Stella Duffy completed Money in the Morgue, the unfinished novel left by New Zealand’s Ngaio Marsh. Stella spent her childhood in New Zealand. Author of the bestselling Crimson Lake and daughter of a parole officer, Candice Fox, spent her Australian childhood eavesdropping on tales of violence, madness and evil.
Khurrum Rahman grew up in west London and has been working in IT for a Local Authority for over 18 years. His debut East of Hounslow is a rip-roaring spy adventure with a strong dose of reality. Since his teens Matt Wesolowski has read a great many books about real murders and serial killers. His unique, ingenious Six Stories and follow-up Hydra, are inspired by his fascination with true crime. Cath Staincliffe keeps it real as chair. The Girl in the Green Dress sprang from something close to home – her experience as the parent of a transgender child.
This event is included in our Library of Live scheme.