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Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival 2016
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2016: Linwood Barclay, Neil Cross, Tess Gerritsen, Peter James, Gerald Seymour. (AKA Harrogate)

7/21/2016 to 7/24/2016
When: 7/21/2016
Where: Old Swan Hotel
Harrogate, North Yorkshire 
United Kingdom

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Taking place over four-days each July, the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival presents an accessible, challenging and entertaining long-weekend of live literature events, engaging 13,000 people each year in lively thought-provoking debates about the written word, the changing roles of writers and readers, and literature’s response to, and effect upon, wider society.Block out these dates and join us for one long criminally good weekend.   

http://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com/crime/

Guests for 2016: Linwood Barclay, Neil Cross, Tess Gerritsen, Peter James, Gerald Seymour.  

Theaksons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, (AKA Harrogate)

Harrogate UK • July 21-24

Linwood Barclay, Neil Cross, Tess Gerritsen, Peter James, Gerald Seymour.  Taking place over four-days each July, the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival presents an accessible, challenging and entertaining long-weekend of live literature events, engaging 13,000 people each year in lively thought-provoking debates about the written word, the changing roles of writers and readers, and literature’s response to, and effect upon, wider society.Block out these dates and join us for one long criminally good weekend.  http://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com/crime/

Theaksons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, (AKA Harrogate)

Harrogate UK • July 21-24

Linwood Barclay, Neil Cross, Tess Gerritsen, Peter James, Gerald Seymour.  Taking place over four-days each July, the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival presents an accessible, challenging and entertaining long-weekend of live literature events, engaging 13,000 people each year in lively thought-provoking debates about the written word, the changing roles of writers and readers, and literature’s response to, and effect upon, wider society.Block out these dates and join us for one long criminally good weekend.  http://harrogateinternationalfestivals.com/crime/

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