Jack Heath, Paul Cleave and J P Pomare.
Chair: Gareth Ward
Crime fiction is one of the most popular genres of literature today. Australian author Jack Heath (Hangman and Hunter); Christchurch author Paul Cleave (the Theodore Tate series); and Melbourne-based Kiwi author J P Pomare (Call Me Evie) discuss what is it about crime that makes such page-turning reading and whether these books have more to say than just ‘who done it’.
Phone: 06 6512487
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