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Crime writers’ night @ 101 Reykjavik

Crime writers’ night @ 101 Reykjavik

This evening, Icelandic cafe bar 101 Reykjavik will be treating customers to a crime writers’ night. Quentin Bates and Michael Ridpath, who have both set several of their crime novels in Iceland, will be quizzed by the Telegraph‘s crime fiction critic Jake Kerridge. The evening’s literary guests will also include crime novelist Diana Bretherick, who lectures in criminology and criminal justice at the University of Portsmouth, and was a criminal barrister for ten years. Entry is free, but beware of the Björk! The evening’s activities will kick off between 7-7.30pm. The venue, in Sellers Coffeehouse at the corner of Castle Road and Kent Road in Southsea, is open from 9am to 10 or 11pm most days, serving a variety of both local and Icelandic food and drink.

Crime writer Quentin Bates

 

Crime writer Michael Ridpath

 

Cold Steal by Quentin Bates

 

Meltwater by Michael Ridpath

 


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