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Alibis in the Archive 2021

Saturday 9th October to Sunday 10th October 2021

Alibis in the Archive 2021: Full online event access

Sat 9th Oct, 10:00 to 17:00

This ticket will allow you access to all six Alibis in the Archive 2021 online talks. Please retain your e-ticket as proof of purchase. Please note, you will be emailed the Zoom links at least two days in advance of the event.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: Eats, Shoots, and Leaves… the Crime Scene with Lynne Truss

Sat 9th Oct, 11:00 to 12:15

Lynne Truss in conversation with Simon Brett. Lynne turned to crime after a varied and successful career in print and on radio, but is best known for her bestselling book on punctuation, Eats, Shoots & Leaves, which sold three million copies worldwide. The fourth of her Constable Twitten series, Psycho by the Sea, was published in June by Raven Books. This month a collection of 26 Radio 4 stories, Life at Absolute Zero, is released by BBC Worldwide.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: Howdunit

Sat 9th Oct, 13:30 to 14:45

Multi-award winner Martin Edwards, author of Gallows Court and Mortmain Hall, will distil some of the crime-writing wisdom to be found in Howdunit: A Masterclass in Crime Writing by Members of the Detection Club, also edited by Martin. He will be joined by editor, publisher and crime aficionado David Brawn.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: Murder on Stage

Sat 9th Oct, 15:30 to 16:45

Rupert Holmes is not only a highly successful singer-songwriter whose hit singles include ‘Escape (The Pina Colada Song’) and ‘Him’ but also a multi-award winning crime writer who has achieved success with novels, plays, and musicals, including his recent work Curtains, a musical. Joseph Goodrich is a multi-talented American writer and actor who won an Edgar for his stage play Panic. He and Rupert will give a personal perspective of crime writing for stage and screen – with and without music!

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: There's No Place like Holmes

Sun 10th Oct, 11:00 to 12:15

There’s no police like Holmes, featuring Bonnie MacBird in conversation with David Brawn. Bonnie has loved Sherlock Holmes since age ten, and after a long Hollywood career as a screenwriter, story exec and producer, she now writes The Sherlock Holmes Adventures for HarperCollins — standalone novels in traditional style. She thinks that Sherlock Holmes is just what readers need in these troubled times.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: The Timeless Appeal of Historical Crime Fiction

Sun 10th Oct, 13:30 to 14:45

The timeless appeal of crime fiction, a conversation featuring Antonia Hodgson, Len Tyler, Michael Jecks and Ruth Dudley Edwards.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: Traditional Detective Fiction Today panel

Sun 10th Oct, 15:30 to 16:45

Traditional detective fiction today – the view from America. A panel featuring Verena Rose, Shawn Reilly-Simmons, Tonya Spratt-Williams and Art Taylor

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: Eats, Shoots, and Leaves… the Crime Scene with Lynne Truss

Webinar

Sat 9th Oct, 11:00 to 12:15

Lynne Truss in conversation with Simon Brett. Lynne turned to crime after a varied and successful career in print and on radio, but is best known for her bestselling book on punctuation, Eats, Shoots & Leaves, which sold three million copies worldwide. The fourth of her Constable Twitten series, Psycho by the Sea, was published in June by Raven Books. This month a collection of 26 Radio 4 stories, Life at Absolute Zero, is released by BBC Worldwide.

 

Alibis in the Archive 2021: Howdunit

Webinar

Sat 9th Oct, 13:30 to 14:45

Multi-award winner Martin Edwards, author of Gallows Court and Mortmain Hall, will distil some of the crime-writing wisdom to be found in Howdunit: A Masterclass in Crime Writing by Members of the Detection Club, also edited by Martin. He will be joined by editor, publisher and crime aficionado David Brawn.

 

Alibis in the Archive 2021: Murder on Stage

Webinar

Sat 9th Oct, 15:30 to 16:45

Rupert Holmes is not only a highly successful singer-songwriter whose hit singles include ‘Escape (The Pina Colada Song’) and ‘Him’ but also a multi-award winning crime writer who has achieved success with novels, plays, and musicals, including his recent work Curtains, a musical. Joseph Goodrich is a multi-talented American writer and actor who won an Edgar for his stage play Panic. He and Rupert will give a personal perspective of crime writing for stage and screen – with and without music!

 

Alibis in the Archive 2021: There's No Place like Holmes

Webinar

Sun 10th Oct, 11:00 to 12:15

There’s no police like Holmes, featuring Bonnie MacBird in conversation with David Brawn. Bonnie has loved Sherlock Holmes since age ten, and after a long Hollywood career as a screenwriter, story exec and producer, she now writes The Sherlock Holmes Adventures for HarperCollins — standalone novels in traditional style. She thinks that Sherlock Holmes is just what readers need in these troubled times.

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Alibis in the Archive 2021: The Timeless Appeal of Historical Crime Fiction

Webinar

Sun 10th Oct, 13:30 to 14:45

The timeless appeal of crime fiction, a conversation featuring Antonia Hodgson, Len Tyler, Michael Jecks and Ruth Dudley Edwards.

 

Alibis in the Archive 2021: Traditional Detective Fiction Today panel

Webinar

Sun 10th Oct, 15:30 to 16:45

Traditional detective fiction today – the view from America. A panel featuring Verena Rose, Shawn Reilly-Simmons, Tonya Spratt-Williams and Art Taylor

 

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