The Golden Age Crime Panel- Sarah Ward, Martin Edwards and Nicola Upson
Bestselling Derbyshire based crime writer Sarah Ward invites writer, editor and critic Martin Edwards and CWA Historical dagger shortlisted author Nicola Upson to discuss The Golden Age of Crime in Britain in the 1920s and 30s. Martin is a leading authority on the period and Nicola’s most recent book Sorry for the Dead featuring Josephine Tey as her detective is Waterstones Thriller of the Month for July 2020.
The trio discuss the humanity of Golden Age Crime and why crime novels resonate with readers in difficult times.
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