WALES: Murder They Wrote; Crime and History Writers Join Town's Festival

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WALES: Murder They Wrote; Crime and History Writers Join Town's Festival


Byline: By STEVE BAGNALL

BEST selling historical crime writers are coming to North Wales for a literary festival.

Authors Anne Perry, Michael Jecks, Alanna Knight and David Wishart are taking part in the Imagine Festival which starts in Wrexham on Wednesday.

A series of events will be held celebrating tales of imagination, mystery and history at venues across Wrexham.

There will be the chance to meet and talk with authors, who will also sign books.

Gateway to Libraries in Wrexham project officer Mair Shepherd said: "There will be something for everyone at the Imagine event and the majority of the events are free, which is great after the expense of Christmas.

"It is quite a coup to have attracted such top names, and we really look forward to showing them Wrexham hospitality."

Michael Jecks, master of the medieval murder mystery who featured recently on BBC Radio 4, will be talking at Grove Park Theatre about his books set in 14th century Devon.

Anne Perry, who has sold over 15 million copies of her books worldwide, will also be at the theatre talking about her Pitt and the Monk mystery stories, which are set in Victorian times.

There's also a chance for the audience to test their sleuthing skills during a 1920s murder mystery.

Alanna Knight will be at Wrexham Library in the evening to discuss her Victorian crime series. …

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