Capital Crime – A Return to the Golden Age

Capital Crime Leonardo Royal Hotel St Paul's, London, United Kingdom

I'll be talking with Dom Nolan, Nicola Upson, Chris McGeorge and Samantha Brownley about the influence the Golden Age of crime had on us, and if it ever really went away.   Note: This is part of the Capital Crime festival and tickets are for whole day passes or full weekend passes. Check out the …

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£52 – £185

Mere Literary Festival

United Reform Church Mere

Louise Hare in conversation with Clare Empson Miss Aldridge Regrets Louise Hare is a London-based writer. Her debut novel, ‘This Lovely City’, was featured on the BBC2 book club show, Between the Covers, and has received multiple accolades from many quarters, securing Louise’s place as an author to watch. Her second novel is a searching …

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£10

Traditional publishing: what I wish I knew when I was starting out

Online

Join me talking with authors Charlotte Betts and Gabriella Saab. Note that this event is part of The History Quill Convention and so you'll need to purchase a full day ticket (discounts available when multiple days are purchased). Getting a publishing deal is exciting and an incredible achievement. But what happens next? This panel will draw …

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Finding the idea

Online

Louise Fein, Louise Hare, Eleni Kyriacou, Frances Quinn With centuries of history to choose from, how do you find that sparkling idea to build your historical novel on – one that will make agents, editors and ultimately readers think "I want to read about that"? In this presentation, four writers will look at the very …

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Writing the past for the present – New Writing South Writer’s Week

Online

Historical fiction has enduring appeal to both readers and writers. What is it about the past that draws us? Why are writers attracted to certain eras, the characters – real or imagined – who populate them? What inspires them? How much research is too much? What are the challenges of writing about the past and …

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£8

What’s New in Historical Fiction

Online

Please join History Through Fiction for What's New in Historical Fiction, a virtual panel series featuring historical novelists with new and upcoming titles. Moderated by HTF founder and editor Colin Mustful, this special panel features: Madeline Martin, author of The Keeper of Hidden Books Laura Morelli, author of The Last Masterpiece Louise Hare, author of Miss Aldridge Regrets …

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Free

Louise Hare in conversation with Rachel Copeland – Boswell Books

Historical mystery writer Louise Hare joins us from across the pond for a virtual afternoon event featuring Harlem After Midnight, an evocative, twisting new novel from the author of Miss Aldridge Regrets. In conversation with Boswellian Rachel Copeland. Click here to register now for this virtual event. And be sure to order your copy of Harlem After Midnight as …

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Capital Crime – Unlikely Detectives

Capital Crime Leonardo Royal Hotel St Paul's, London, United Kingdom

    Amateur Sleuths vs Trained Police Tom Mead, Lizzy Barber and Louise Hare with participating moderator Graham Bartlett. Part of the Capital Crime festival.

Louise Hare & Tom Hindle

Blackwells Edinburgh 53-62 South Bridge, Edinburgh

It is with high levels of anticipation that we look forward to welcoming bestselling historical fiction authors, Louise Hare and Tom Hindle as they join us on Thursday 14th September at 7pm to discuss their highly anticipated, thoroughly thrilling works of mystery, drama and murder. Join Louise Hare as she discusses her evocative, hugely entertaining work of historical crime fiction Harlem After Midnight, and …

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£3.00

The Dangerous 30s – Natalie Marlow, Tom Mead and Louise Hare at Bloody Scotland

Holy Trinity Church Stirling

The 1930s are easily seen as the slightly dowdier cousin of the dazzling, jazz age 20s but these three authors have made it the deadliest of decades. Natalie Marlow’s Needless Alley, an evocative slice of noir set on the backstreets of Birmingham in 1933, is a tale of honey-traps, seedy canal-side bars, and obsession. Tom …

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£8.00

Historia Live! Louise Hare, Liz Fremantle and Vaseem Khan

Wheatsheaf Pub 25 Rathbone Place, London

Historia Live! Come to the Wheatsheaf in Fitzrovia to enjoy a free ranging conversation with three brilliant historical novelists, chaired by author and writing tutor Emma Darwin.   Enjoy the talk - which will last for about an hour - then stay to buy copies of their books (you know you want to) and enjoy …

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£5.00