'£1,000, cash in hand, to visit one location. It had to be incognito, starting from St John’s Cathedral.'
‘I’ll take four grams,’ he says. ‘Norwich is breaking bad!’
'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.
I’m more jumble sale in a village hall than high end fusion cookery but there you have it. I’m not really a crime writer. Not a proper horror writer either. I’m a hybrid.
Fiona Barton on uncovering the fascinating facts that inspire the best crime fiction.
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Writers’ Centre Norwich Young Ambassador Ruby Pinner attend the Nasty Women panel at the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2017. Ruby attends Hellesdon High School. Excellently…
To celebrate the hotly anticipated release of Murder On The Orient Express in cinemas this November, Twentieth Century Fox have teamed up with CluedUpp to give…