“We’ll All Be Murdered in Our Beds, the Shocking History of Crime Reporting”

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ON TUESDAY 4 April 2017, Xàbia Book Circle welcomes Duncan Campbell, former crime correspondent of the Guardian and the chairman of the Crime Reporters’ Association.

He will be talking about his latest book, We’ll All Be Murdered in Our Beds, the Shocking History of Crime Reporting.
Duncan Campbell is the author of eight books, including The Underworld; That Was Business, This Is Personal; Billy Connolly: the Authorised Version and the novel, If It Bleeds.

Howard Marks, author of Mr Nice said “Duncan Campbell remains one of the very few journalists who retained the criminal fraternity’s trust and respect” and Helena Kennedy QC. “When it comes to stellar crime reporting, Duncan Campbell is the absolute maestro”.

Xàbia Book Circle meets in the Social Centre in Xàbia Old Town, at 6.30pm for a 6.45pm start.

For more information contact Nina Davies, Secretary on 965791782,email ninamdavies@yahoo.co.uk

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