Social Issues or Serial Killers: Mark Billingham, Eva Dolan and Craig Robertson
Three leading authors debate whether their novels have a responsibility to do more than just rack up the body count.
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Do you prefer your crime fiction with a slice of social justice or a slash of serial killer? Three leading authors debate whether their novels have a responsibility to do more than just rack up the body count.
Mark Billingham (Love Like Blood), Eva Dolan (Watch Her Disappear) and Craig Robertson (The Photographer) will explore the role of the crime novel as social commentator while still managing to serve up plenty of thrills.
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