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Bristol Literature Festival: A Hint of Crime

Friday 28th October 2016 3pm - 5pm Cabot Circus, Bristol Literary Event, Free Event

Come along and hear the Bristol Fiction Writers' Group tell short stories and tall tales of sleaze, seediness and suspense!


Theft, murder and shrunken heads – the darkness lurking below the surface of society has inspired the Bristol Fiction Writers' Group to produce their latest collection of thought-provoking, unnerving and hair-raising short stories.


Following on from their critically well-received debut anthology, A Dark Imagined Bristol, A Hint of Crime takes the action global, with contributions from 12 writers including Suzanna Stanbury, AA Abbott, Judy Darley, Tim Kindberg, Nigel Lapworth, Carolyn Stubbs and more. Each of these thrilling 24 stories contains an element of crime – a con job, a stolen handbag or two, a blazing building, a shoplifted lipstick and an illicit kiss, or full-blown cold-hearted murder…


At this special event for Bristol Festival of Literature, the authors will be reading from a selection of these depraved tales and answering questions about their inspiration behind them.


Be shocked, be amused, get some tops for your next misdemeanour, and leave your moral compass at the door.


There is no booking required, please do just come along.


Find out more about the Bristol Literature Festival of Literature at



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