Bristol Libraries join in with 4000-book giveaway for Crimefest

CrimeFest celebrates 10 years on Saturday 5 May and in celebration is giving away 4000 books.

The UK’s biggest crime fiction convention has teamed up with publishers, Goldsboro Books and libraries in Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and South Tyneside to give away up to 4,000 crime novels for free, two weeks ahead of the crime fiction festival.

The initiative started in Bristol as a thank you to the city that has hosted the convention since 2008, and now CrimeFest want to extend that to crime fiction fans throughout the country. Eleven publishers and Goldsboro Books have generously donated books by thirty-five authors to this crime fiction giveaway being hosted at twenty libraries from across the UK Crime fiction lovers from will be treated to books by 35 authors.

The libraries taking part in Bristol are:

• Bishopston Library, Bristol North Baths, Gloucester Road BS7 8BN

• Marksbury Road Library, Marksbury Road BS3 5LG

• Knowle Library, Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Wells Road BS4 2QU

• Henleaze Library, 30 Northumbria Drive BS9 4HP

• Fishponds Library, Robinson House, Hockey’s Lane BS16 3HL

• Whitchurch Library, 7 Oatlands Avenue, City Centre BS14 0SX

CRIMEFEST – 17 – 20 May 2018 ‘One of the best Crime-Writing Festivals in the World’ – The Guardian

The authors and publishers taking part in the giveaway are:

• Claire Allan, Her Name Was Rose (Avon)

• Cara Black, Murder in the Pigalle (Soho Press)

• Sam Blake, Little Bones (Twenty7)

• Angelena Boden, Cruelty of Lambs (Urbane Publications)

• Anthony M. Brown, Death of an Actress (Mirror Books)

• Anthony M. Brown, The Green Bicycle Mystery (Mirror Books)

• Alex Caan, Cut to the Bone (Twenty7)

• R.M. Cartmel, The Richebourg Affair (Crime Scene Books)

• Rosie Claverton, Terror 404 (Crime Scene Books)

• Barbara Cleverly, A Spider In The Cup (Soho Press)

• Candy Denman, Dead Pretty (Crime Scene Books)

• Joy Fielding, Someone is Watching (Zaffre)

• Clio Gray, Burning Secrets (Urbane Publications)

• Camilla Grebe, The Ice Beneath Her (Zaffre)

• Adam Hamdy, Pendulum (Headline)

• James Hazel, The Mayfly (Zaffre)

• Corrie Jackson, The Perfect Victim (Zaffre)

• Diane Janes, Death at Wolf’s Nick (Mirror Books)

• Amanda Jennings, In Her Wake (Orenda Books)

• Ragnar Jonasson, Whiteout (Orenda Books)

• J.S. Law, The Fear Within (Headline)

• A.J. MacKenzie, The Body in the Ice (Zaffre)

• Michael J. Malone, A Suitable Lie (Orenda Books)

• Claire McGowan, The Lost (Headline)

• Simon Michael, Honest Man (Urbane Publications)

• Peter Murphy, A Higher Duty (No Exit Press)

• Lloyd Otis, Dead Lands (Urbane Publications)

• Daniel Pembrey, Night Market (No Exit Press)

• Agnes Ravatn, The Bird Tribunal (Orenda Books)

• Mark Roberts, Blood Mist (Head of Zeus)

• Leigh Russell, Death Bed (No Exit Press)

• Guy Fraser Sampson, Whiff of Cyanide (Urbane Publications)

• Jason Star, Savage Lane (No Exit Press)

• James Swallow, Nomad (Zaffre)

• Neil White, From the Shadows (Zaffre)

• S.W. Williams, Small Deaths (Crime Scene Books)

 

CrimeFest takes place between 17 – 20 May 2018, crimefest.com

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