crimes against humanity in fiction – a talk for national law week
I am honoured to be supporting Australian National Law Week, the aim of which is to raise awareness of legal services and people’s rights in the community. I have been asked by Albury City Council to speak on Tuesday 14 May 2013 at 6pm at the the Library Museum on the topic of crimes against humanity in fiction, especially crime fiction and thrillers. I will address why, in a violent world, crime fiction is so popular. In fact, crime fiction is one of the biggest selling genres of fiction worldwide.
So if you live near Albury, NSW, please join me on 14 May. I look forward to meeting you.