December @1stMondayCrime Mick Herron, Erin Kelly, John Marley, Will Carver and Kevin Wignall

Some people may already be fed up with thoughts of Christmas. Shops round by me have had Christmas trees up since October 1st. Now as much as I love Christmas, that for me is far too early. But with Christmas being just around the corner, also brings excitement as it means the First Monday Crime Christmas special is just a week away. Last year’s Christmas special was so much fun and this one promises to be a belter, and there are five brilliant authors attending. So let’s have a look at who is coming along and I’ll be sharing all the details about where you can reserve your FREE space below.


First up we have Erin Kelly, who’s latest novel is He Said She Said, a tense, unpredictable court room drama that I thoroughly enjoyed. She has a new novel coming out next year called Stone Mothers, and I have already heard brilliant things about it, so I can’t wait to read her next book.


Mick Herron’s spy series, which began with Slow Horses, has won lots of critical acclaim from top authors and reviewers. This is a series that I have had my eye on for a while now, I really must get round to reading these books. The latest book in the series is called The Drop.


John Marley’s latest book is Godsend which is the sequel to his previous novel Standstill, both of his books feature Danny Felix who has just pulled off the robbery of his life which almost brought London to a standstill. John’s books definitely sound intriguing.

And finally we have Will Carver, who’s brilliant new novel, Good Samaritans was published by Orenda Books in November this year, which I have to say, is one of the most original crime novels I’ve read. He is also the author of the bestselling January David series, which I have added to my ever expanding TBR pile after reading his latest book.

Doesn’t the panel look great? The panel is also being moderated by author Kevin Wignall. If you’re interested in coming along, First Monday Crime is taking place on Monday, 3rd December 2018 from 6.30 p.m. at City University, London. The nearest tube stations are Farringdon and Angel. And like last year, there is a special event taken place Christmas Blind Book Date featuring: Susi Holliday, Katerina Diamond, Claire Seeber, Steph Broadribb, Angela Clarke, J.S. Law, Chris Whitaker, Paul Burston, Simon Booker and Kevin Wignall. I hope to see you there.

You can click HERE to reserve your FREE space.

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