‘£1,000, cash in hand, to visit one location. It had to be incognito, starting from St John’s Cathedral.’
‘Next came the glimpse of movement from the corner of her eye as she hurried along the cobbled streets of Tombland.’
Val McDermid delivered the annual lecture at the 2018 Noirwich Crime Writing Festival, on the subject of “What we really talk about when we talk…
There’s the Norfolk Noir of Henry Sutton and the Norfolk Noir of Harry Brett: both begin and end in Great Yarmouth, but Sutton’s stretches further, while Brett’s goes darker.
The first time I got a sense of the true menace of the Norfolk landscape was after I moved to the county to work for ITV News Anglia.
BBC One’s Death in Paradise is one of the top three most popular programmes on British Television, enjoyed on screen as well as in a…