Chortling Experts

Date(s) - 23 July 2022

The Old Swan Hotel
North Yorkshire

There are few things forensic scientists enjoy more than the opportunity to explain the legion of things crime writers get wrong. Hear the experts chortle while the watching authors squirm.
Graham Bartlett is a police procedural advisor to crime writers and TV dramas and made his fiction debut with the enthralling Bad for Good; Sue Black is a world-renowned forensic anthropologist and anatomist, and the author of Written in Bone: Hidden Stories in What We Leave Behind; psychologist Dr Emma Kavanagh provided training for police forces and the military, and is the author of five crime novels; Carla Valentine is a mortician, technical curator of a Victorian pathology museum, and author of Murder Isn’t Easy: The Forensics of Agatha Christie. Radio presenter and author Simon Mayo is in the chair.

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