48 A Good Way to Get Yourself Killed
Crime fiction readers are in for a treat as Festival favourite Peter Robinson,whose bestsellers have been translated into more than 20 languages, takes the spotlight together with American crime writer Michael Koryta, whose novels have won the LA Times Book Prize and been nominated for the Edgar award, and Vancouver-based newcomer Sam Wiebe, whose debut crime novel won an Arthur Ellis Award. Robinson’s Inspector Banks pieces together decades-old evidence in the Yorkshire Dales. Koryta’s private investigator pursues his suspected killer to the mining towns of Montana. And Wiebe’s gritty PI begins his search for a missing boy and a funeral home necrophiliac on the streets of Vancouver. Seems like crime knows no boundaries—a boon for fans of great crime fiction.
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