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Waterstone’s Classics: A Chance to Dip into Literature on your Lunch Hour

Waterstone’s Liverpool One organizes a series of free talks by academics from the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Edge Hill University on Wednesdays from 1-2 pm. It’s a great chance to dip into a work you’ve always been curious about … Continue reading

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Lunchtime Classics at Waterstones Liverpool One: Steven Powell on James Ellroy’s L.A. Confidential

On Wednesday, July 18th, from 12 pm, Steven Powell, editor of Conversations with James Ellroy and 100 American Crime Writers, will be giving a reading followed by a short talk on James Ellroy’s L.A. Confidential at Waterstone’s Liverpool One. This is … Continue reading

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What Do Crime Fiction Fans Do on Holiday/Vacation?

It was my husband that brought me back to crime fiction after childhood dabblings in Nancy Drew and Sherlock Holmes, and our mutual interest has spurred some unusual holiday choices. When his research took us to the US in 2009 to meet James … Continue reading

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‘Call me dog’: My interviews with James Ellroy

On May 2nd, Steven Powell, editor of the crime fiction blog The Venetian Vase, will be talking about his book Conversations With James Ellroy, and his experiences meeting with the Demon Dog of crime fiction. James Ellroy is one of the … Continue reading

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