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Win a pair of weekend passes to CrimeFest 2014 in Bristol

 

CrimeFest 2014Running 15th-18th May in Bristol, CrimeFest 2014 features over a hundred crime writers with a programme featuring interviews, fifty panel discussions, a gala awards dinner, and one or two surprises. Whether you're a dedicated aficionado of the genre or read odd mystery on holiday, the festival offers a friendly and informal opportunity to meet countless writers and fellow fans.

Among the award-winning names on the bill this year are Mark Billingham, Nicci French, Belinda Bauer, Simon Kernick, Lars Kepler, Sophie Hannah, John Harvey and Simon Brett.

This year, Foyles is proud to be the onsite bookselling partner of CrimeFest and we're delighted to be able to offer one lucky winner a pair of Full Weekend CrimeFest passes, worth £300. For your chance to win, simply answer the question below. (A full refund will be issued should the winner already have
purchased Weekend tickets.)

In addition, we're able to offer a 15% discount on all Weekend Passes: just use the discount code foyles at the checkout on the official website.

CLOSING DATE: SUNDAY 13TH APRIL 2014

 

  • For more information about CrimeFest2014 and to book tickets, visit the official website

 

CrimeFest 2014's featured translated crime author is Yrsa Sigurdardottir; which nationality is she?



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1. No purchase necessary. Proof of entering is not proof of receipt of entry.

2. To be eligible, entries must be received on or before the competition closing date, as stated above. All entries shall become the property of Foyles Bookshop, and their directors, officers, representatives, and promotional agencies are not responsible for contacting or forwarding prizes to entrants who provide unclear or incomplete information or for entries lost, misdirected, delayed or destroyed.

3. The competition is open to all. Parents/guardians must submit the entry for those under the age of 16.

4. The prizewinners will be decided by Foyles Bookshop. Foyles Bookshop will not enter into correspondence about the choice of winners. The prizewinners will need to respond within two weeks of being contacted by email; otherwise the prizes will be awarded to another correct entrant selected at random.

5. The competition ends as specified on the competition page; no entry received after that time will be considered. For names and postcodes of winners, please contact Foyles. There is one prize of a pair of Weekend Passes to CrimeFest2014. Passes give access to all panels and interviews, Thursday's pub quiz, as well as two planned receptions. Accommodation, meals and travel are exlcuded. Tickets for the pub quiz meal, crime writing day, Pitch-an-Agent and the Gala Dinner can be purchased separately.

6. The promoter reserves the right to amend the specification of the prizes or offer alternative prizes of equal or greater value.

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