Mick Herron & Jo Spain in Conversation with Stuart Neville
Fri 26 July | 2.45pm | £8
Mick Herron's first Jackson Lamb novel, Slow Horses, was shortlisted for the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger and picked as one of the best twenty spy novels of all time by the Daily Telegraph. The multi-award-winning author of the acclaimed Jackson Lamb series of thrillers will be talking about the brilliant new novel, Joe Country, the sixth in his witty and thrilling Slough House spy series,
Jo Spain is a best-selling Dublin author and co-creator of RTÉ’s hit thriller series, Taken Down. Her first novel, With our Blessing, was named as an Irish Times crime fiction book of the year and three more novels in the DI Tom Reynolds series followed, to further critical acclaim. Her standalone thriller, The Confession (January 2018), became a number one bestseller and a new standalone, Dirty Little Secrets, has just been published. Mick and Jo will be in conversation with Armagh crime novelist and screenwriter, Stuart Neville. Stuart has won many international awards for his novels in the Jack Lennon and DCI Serena Flanagan series. Writing as Haylen Beck, his recent highly acclaimed novels are set in the US and are inspired by his love of American crime writing.
“Mick Herron is the John le Carré of our generation” Val McDermid
“Absolutely my comfort reading” Ann Cleeves on Jo Spain