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Wine and Die Night: Fiona Cummins, Daniel Cole and Alice Feeney

Thursday 6th April 2017 6:30pm - 8pm Bond Street Chelmsford Literary Event, Chargeable Event

SORRY, THIS EVENT HAS HAD TO BE CANCELLED DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES. Join us for an evening of killer conversation as we welcome three debut crime writers, Fiona Cummins, Daniel Cole and Alice Feeney for a panel event to discuss the inspiration behind some of the creepiest storylines.

Fiona Cummins is an award-winning former Daily Mirror Showbiz journalist and a graduate of the Faber Academy Writing A Novel course. Fiona began writing this novel at her lowest point, when her son was diagnosed with potentially life-threatening illness. Rattle shares a glimpse into the mind of a sinister psychopath, exploring the seam of darkness that runs through us all; the struggle between light and shadow, redemption and revenge.

Daniel Cole has worked as a paramedic, for the RSPCA officer and most recently for the RNLI. His debut novel Ragdoll began life as an unproduced television pilot. Ragdoll is based on the terrifying story of a body discovered with the dismembered parts of six victims stitched together like a puppet, nicknamed by the press as the ‘ragdoll’. The ‘Ragdoll Killer’ taunts the police by releasing a new list of names to the media, and the exact dates on which he intends to murder them.

Alice Feeney is a writer and journalist. She has spent 15 years with BBC News where she worked as a Reporter, News Editor, Arts and Entertainment Producer and One O'Clock News Producer. Sometimes I Lie is Alice’s latest novel. Amber wakes up in hospital, she can’t move, speak or open her eyes. She’s in a coma and doesn’t remember what happened. This is a nail-biting psychological thriller debut which explores whether we can ever really know a person, even ourselves.

Come along and literary discussion of crime fiction over a glass of wine.

 

Tickets: This event is £5 including a glass of wine, simply add the required number of tickets to the basket below. Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.

Venue: Foyles, 86 Bond Street, Chelmsford, CM1 1GH

 

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