Join crime writer Jane Adams; Youth Offending Service education manager John Kerry; and barrister Richard Holloway in an investigation into the psychology behind crime, finding out why it attracts and why crime fiction and drama are so fascinating.
Panellists: Jane Adams ~ Jane is the author of some 30 plus novels in the crime genre, both contemporary and historical. Her latest books feature Inspector Henry Johnstone and are set in the late 1920s, at a time of both great social change and new developments in policing and forensics. She is currently working on another in the long running Naomi Blake series.
John Kerry ~ worked as education manager of Leicester Youth Offending Service. He says “Finding out what led these youngsters into crime and then formulating strategies that helped them get out of the vicious circle they were in were areas where we had considerable success.” He is an avid reader of crime fiction.
Richard Holloway ~ was an English teacher for 12 years, then criminal barrister for 22 years, specialising in defence work. He represented the whole range of crimes and personalities. He enjoys reading crime fiction.
Monday 22nd May at 7.30pm. Tickets in advance £5 including a drink.
Some of Jane’s crime novels will be available to purchase (sorry no card payments) and Jane will be happy to sign.