Some of the UK's best crime writers are set to visit the Royal Borough as part of its first Festival of Crime Writing.
Seven events involving million-selling novelists, writing groups and an afternoon tea have been planned for libraries in Maidenhead, Windsor, Datchet and Ascot.
The full schedule is as follows:
Crime Writers Association chairman Peter James: Wednesday, February 22 at Maidenhead Library. Starts 7.30pm.
Writing group Medieval Murderers, featuring Karen Maitland and Philip Gooden: Wednesday, February 29 at Windsor Library. Starts 7.30pm.
Cosy crime and afternoon tea with novelist Jill Paton Walsh: Thursday, March 1, at Maidenhead Library. Starts 2pm.
Crime fiction writer and poet Sophie Hannah: Wednesday, March 7 at Windsor Library. Starts 7.30pm.
Novelist John Harvey: Wednesday, March 21 at Datchet Library. Starts 7.30pm.
The Secrets of Crime Writing with Rebecca Tope, Priscilla Masters and Caro Peacock: Wednesday, March 14 at Maidenhead Library. Starts 7.30pm.
Award-winning novelist Lindsey Davis: Wednesday, March 28 at Ascot Library. Starts 7.30pm.
Tickets to all the events cost £5 or £4 with an Advantage card, except for the afternoon tea which is free although tickets must still be booked.
They are available from Maidenhead and Windsor libraries or online at http://shop.windsor.gov.uk/
Visit www.rbwm.gov.uk/web/libraries.htm for more details.
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