Two bestselling crime writers. One room of eager crime readers. As what seems like a perfectly ordinary evening at Foyles begins with Christopher Brookmyre and Mark Billingham reading from their new novels, soon the audience find themselves caught up in a web of intrigue, as the authors' dark secrets are slowly - and shockingly - revealed. Gradually we learn the chilling truth behind where they find their inspiration and how they craft their acclaimed crime novels, before the event culminates, in a final, gripping twist... a book-signing.
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Main image: Christopher Brookmyre; right: Mark Billingham
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