The Festival Murders (Paperback)

By Mark McCrum

Black Thorn, 9781838850302, 384pp.

Publication Date: March 3, 2020

List Price: 14.00*
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Description

"A marvellous set of unsavoury suspects" Mail on Sunday, Thriller of the Week

"A rollicking read" Evening Standard

Bryce Peabody is ready to give a scandalous talk at the annual literary festival in the pretty English town of Mold-on-Wold. Scathing in his reviews and unseemly in his affairs, Bryce is known to have many enemies. So when he is discovered dead in his hotel room festival-goers are desperate to know what happened. Could one of the numerous writers he insulted have taken revenge? Or perhaps one of his scorned lovers? As more festival-goers meet their ends, Francis Meadowes is drawn into a role he knows only from his own fiction; that of amateur detective.


About the Author

Mark McCrum began his career as a travel writer, with well-received books about Southern Africa. He is also the author of the UK Top Ten nonfiction bestsellers 1900 House and Castaway 2000, the UK No.1 bestseller Robbie Williams: Somebody Someday, and Walking With The Wounded, which told the story of four wounded soldiers and their successful attempt to reach the North Pole. The Festival Murders is his debut novel. @McCrumMark - markmccrum.com