Indulge your Euro-crime obsession with acclaimed writer and broadcaster Barry Forshaw on this three-week evening course
Course dates: Tuesdays 28 June, 5 July and 12 July 2016
Times: 18.00 - 20.00
What better place than the British Library to explore the most popular of literary forms – crime fiction? As our UK love affair with detective drama continues unabated, there is no question that the most avidly followed sub-genre is crime fiction from Europe – both on the printed page and screen. Indulge your obsession with the UK's leading expert in this field, writer and broadcaster Barry Forshaw, who’ll lead a vivid tour of the genre in this three-week evening course. You’ll experience accessible and information-packed guides to crime fiction from various European regions, drawing together literature, film and television to provide the perfect ‘travel guide’ to the genre.
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