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St Hilda’s Mystery and Crime Weekend Showcase

Saturday 29 March 2014

1 Hour


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Winner of the Cartier Diamond Dagger and of the 2013 CWA Historical Dagger Award, acclaimed crime writer and historical novelist Andrew Taylor, a regular speaker at St Hilda’s College’s annual Mystery and Crime Weekend, discusses his latest crime thriller The Scent of Death, set in New York during the American War of Independence.  Author of more than 30 crime novels, including The Anatomy of Ghosts and Bleeding Heart Square, Taylor is also a distinguished reviewer of crime fiction, and teacher of writing courses. He will be interviewed by critic and chair of the St Hilda’s College Media Network Nicolette Jones.

‘Andrew Taylor is arguably the most consummate writer of historical crime fiction today’
Marcel Berlins, The Times