Tuesday, 21 June 2016

First Monday Crime - July!

First Monday is going all out for its July 4th event, sponsored by Killer Reads, with triple CWA Historical Dagger winner Andrew Taylor (author of The American Boy and superb new novel The Ashes of London), Stephen Booth (Multiple award winning writer  of the Cooper and Fry series and respected goat breeder (honest – we looked it up)), Anna Mazzola (winner of the Brixton Bookjam Debut Novel competition for her stunning debut novel The Unseeing) and Beth Lewis (London-based editor and former circus performer – whose wonderful debut novel The Wolf Road is taking the publishing world by storm).  The evening will be chaired by Claire McGowan, bestselling author of the Paula Maguire series and senior lecturer on the City University Crime Writing MA course. Are they excited to have five phenomenal authors talking to us about their books? Yes. Yes, they are.


A mix between a social evening and a festival-style panel, First Mondays offers the crime fiction community – whether readers, writers or industry professionals – a place to meet, enjoy each other’s company and hear about the latest and most intriguing crime fiction around.

First Mondays begin at 6.30pm on the first Monday of each month with a panel discussion chaired by, amongst others, Barry Forshaw (Brit Noir etc), Jake Kerridge (Daily Telegraph) and James Kidd (Independent). Upcoming authors include Sophie Hannah, Mark Billingham and Belinda Bauer, as well as a host of established and debut authors from all over the world. After the panels, the conversation spills over to The Peasant pub.

First Monday is grateful to City University’s Crime Thriller MA Programme and Goldsboro Books for their generous support in staging our events. The July event will be held in the College Building of City University on St John Street (close to Angel Tube station).

Tickets may be purchased here.



First Monday


July 4


(+44) 0207 836 7376



6:30 pm - 7:30 pm



City University London
Northampton Square
London, EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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