I am absolutely thrilled and delighted to be able to tell you all about a very exciting new festival for Crime Readers and Authors which takes place on 26-28th September 2019 in London.
Over the coming months Compulsive Readers will be featuring interviews with many of the guests and offering some amazing signed copies, discounts on tickets and 1 lucky reader will win a FREE GUEST PASS to the event – so please make sure you sign up to my newsletter and follow me on Twitter so you don’t miss out.
Adam Hamdy and David Headley are the co-founders and hosts of CAPITAL CRIME, a new and exciting festival for crime and thriller fans.
They’ve invited the best crime and thriller creatives, writers we all love to read, filmmakers we all love to watch. They create characters and story lines that blow us away and they want US to meet them too!
Adam and David know what counts in the best crime and thriller fiction – a believable storyline, gripping plots, with endings that leave you begging for more. And they know that we want to meet these amazing creatives too. So they’ve created this festival just for us. Meet the authors and filmmakers you love and discover new ones.
They have set out to give crime and thriller fans a special way to experience our favourite creatives. Capital Crime is a festival like no other – offering an unprecedented level of access to some of the world’s best crime and thriller creatives and putting them together with people influenced by their work. They also promise a fun, memorable experience at Capital Crime.
For more details about the festival – click here
Compulsive Readers is thrilled to be able to offer all followers a 10% discount on tickets – just enter CR10 at the checkout.
Link to buy tickets: CAPITAL CRIME TICKETS
British author and screenwriter Adam Hamdy works with studios and production companies on both sides of the Atlantic.
He is the author of the Pendulum trilogy, an epic series of conspiracy thriller novels. James Patterson described Pendulum as ‘one of the best thrillers of the year’, and the novel was nominated for the Glass Bell Award for contemporary fiction, and chosen as book of the month by Goldsboro Books and WH Smith Travel. Pendulum was also selected for the BBC Radio 2 Book Club.
Prior to embarking on his writing career, Adam was a strategy consultant and advised global businesses in the medical systems, robotics, technology and financial services sectors, experience that has given him a useful insight into many industries.
Adam has a law degree from Oxford University and a philosophy degree from the University of London. He is a seasoned rock climber, skier and CPSA marksman.
David Headley studied theology in London and Durham before co-founding and becoming the Managing Director of Goldsboro Books, a much admired, leading independent bookseller, based in central London.
David has spent the last 20 years establishing Goldsboro Books and building good relationships with editors within the UK’s major publishing houses. He has a good eye for what readers want to read and he has gained a reputation for championing debut authors. He created the UK’s largest collectors’ book club and is influential in selling large quantities of hardback fiction in the UK. David has won awards for bookselling and in 2015 he was included in the Top 100 most influential people in publishing by The Bookseller.
David is the managing director of the D H H Literary Agency which he founded in 2008 and represents an eclectic range of best-selling and award-winning authors.