Literature: Stephen Booth - Cooper and Fry revealed

Author Stephen Booth will be talking about his fascinating career in writing highly successful, mystery, thriller and crime fiction.
A newspaper and magazine journalist for over 25 years, Stephen began his career by editing his school magazine and wrote his first novel at the age of 12.  In 2000, his first published novel, Black Dog, marked the arrival of his best-known creations - police detectives, DC Ben Cooper, and DS Diane Fry and was the named by the London Evening Standard as one of the six best crime novels of the year. The publication of Blind to the Bones resulted in Stephen winning the Crime Writers' Association's 'Dagger in the Library' Award.
His novels are sold all around the world, with translations in 16 languages. The most recent Cooper & Fry title is 'Fall Down Dead', and he has a new standalone novel 'Drowned Lives' released in August 2019 which will be available to buy at the Festival!. Stephen lives in Nottinghamshire.

Sat 26 Oct
3:00pm to 4:00pm

Admission £8
R6 | The Undercroft
Repton School
Willington Road
DE65 6FH