CSI Portsmouth 2014 Saturday 8 November
Join best selling crime authors M. C Beaton, Jessie Keane, Val McDermid, Pauline Rowson and forensic experts and Hampshire police officers at CSI Portsmouth 2014
The stellar line-up for CSI Portsmouth 2014, part of Portsmouth BookFest, where crime fiction meets crime fact, sees four internationally acclaimed best-selling crime authors, M.C. Beaton, Jessie Keane,Val McDermid and Pauline Rowson, join crime experts and officers from Hampshire Police and the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, Portsmouth University on Saturday 8 November.
CSI Portsmouth, sponsored by Bello, publisher Pan Macmillan’s digital imprint, which brings lost classics back to life, is now in its fifth year. It is a one day event which discusses through two panel debates, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, crime fiction and fact. It is being held at The Princess Royal Gallery at the National Museum of the Royal Navy in the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
CSI Portsmouth was first launched in 2010 and is the brainchild of Internationally acclaimed crime writer Pauline Rowson, author of the DI Andy Horton series of crime novels, who organises the event with Portsmouth City Council Library Service. It is part of Portsmouth BookFest and is now one of the major fixtures in the UK crime fiction festival calendar.
A hugely popular one day event it attracts an audience of over a hundred and thirty and provides a fascinating insight into crime, both fiction and fact, and gives the audience the chance to ask questions of the panel and talk to the individual crime authors, police and experts.
Venue for CSI Portsmouth 2014
The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, one of Britain’s oldest maritime museums, is the superb venue for CSI Portsmouth 2014. We're grateful to the museum for their support.
Tickets for CSI Portsmouth 2014 cost £15 with £3 off a book purchased on the day. Tickets on sale from 29 September 2014.
We're delighted to announce the sponsor for CSI Portsmouth 2014
An imprint of Pan Macmillan, Bello brings lost classics back to life. Over 50% of Bello’s published titles are in the crime genre, ranging from Golden Age mysteries and short stories, to thrillers, cozy crime and detective fiction. Bello’s extensive list covers the history of the genre, including two founding members of the Crime Writers’ Association, Andrew Garve and Josephine Bell, the early novels of popular children’s author Nina Bawden, the creator of the ‘inverted mystery’ Roy Vickers, and the bestselling Ann Cleeves, creator of the Vera and Shetland series.
Founded in 2011, Bello is Pan Macmillan’s digital
imprint. In its first two years, Bello has published more than 550 previously
out-of-print titles from over 40 authors whose collective work spans the 20th
century and beyond. Bello’s primary format is ebook, but each title is also
released as a print-on-demand paperback, available through all bookshops
offering POD, or direct to the reader through the Pan Macmillan website.
CSI Portsmouth is part of Portsmouth BookFest a festival of popular literature organised by Portsmouth City Council and runs from 27 October to 8 November.
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