Authors to speak at crime fiction festival

PUBLISHED: 20:00 27 March 2018

CrimeFest will take place in Bristol.

CrimeFest will take place in Bristol.


Martina Cole, Lee Child and Peter James are some of the well-known authors attending CrimeFest in Bristol.

It has been running for 10 years and is the UK’s biggest crime fiction festival.

Crime fiction fans will descend on Bristol in May to hear panel discussions and author talks.

Cole is one of the most recognisable names in crime fiction, while Child is the author of the successful Jack Reacher series.

CrimeFest co-founder Adrian Muller said: “We are of course incredibly grateful to the enormous wealth of support that these authors, publishers, agents and readers have given to the festival since we started in 2008, and invite them to join us in celebrating an outstanding 10 years of CrimeFest.”

CrimeFest will take place 
at the Bristol Marriott Royal, in College Green, on May 17-20.

Tickets, priced £100-200, are available online at

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