Reviews

‘Footfall is as engaging as it gets. Cassandra James is . . . a terrific character, beautifully honed from seemingly staid academic to feisty heroine . . . a truly breathtaking read.’

- TANGLED WEB

Christine’s New Novel

Deep Water by Christine Poulson

Christine’s new novel, Deep Water was published by Lion Fiction on 21st October 2016 in the UK and will be published in January 2017 in the USA.

Read more about Deep Water.

Short Story News

‘Faceless Killer’ has been short-listed for the Margery Allingham Prize.

‘Secondhand Heart’ appears in the January issue of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine.

‘Ashes and Pearls’ appears in the May issue of The People’s Friend.

Crimefest: 19-22 May 2016, Bristol

On Thursday afternoon at 15.50 Christine will be taking part in the panel: Headspace: What’s it Like Being in your Characters’ Heads?

  • Andrew Cartmel
  • Michelle Davies
  • Luke McCallin
  • Christine Poulson
  • Craig Robertson (moderator)

See www.crimefest.com

Previous Events

Crimefest: 14-17 May 2015, Bristol

On the Sunday morning  Christine will be taking part in the panel: Short and Sweet: Crime Fiction in Small Packages

  • John Harvey (moderator)
  • Roberts Olen Butler
  • Martin Edwards
  • Andrew Taylor

See www.crimefest.com

What’s Your Poison? Summer Crime Party

Heffers, Cambridge
Thursday, July 17th at 18:30

Book a convivial evening to die for by joining us for Pimms, strawberries and poisonous quizzes. Make murder your business in the company of crime authors: Stephen Booth, John Harvey, Jim Kelly, Mandy Morton, Peter Murphy, Christine Poulson, Kate Rhodes, Imogen Robertson, Nicola Upson and others. Crime Quiz, Crime authors, Crime crackers, Crime Time!

Tickets from: https://summer-crime-party.eventbrite.co.uk

Crimefest: 15-18 May 2014, Bristol

Christine moderated the panel: The Contemporary Cosy: Is There Still Life In The Golden Age?

  • Christopher Fowler
  • Helen Smith
  • Martin Walker
  • Jill Paton Walsh

Christine took part in the panel:  Dennis Wheatley & Other Forgotten Authors

  • Stephen Booth (Mavis Doriel Hay & John Buxton Hilton)
  • Jessica Mann (Katherine Farrer & Dilwyn Rees)
  • Christine Poulson (Harry Kemelman & Emma Lathen)
  • Martin Walker (Bruce Graeme & Geoffrey Household)

Participating moderator: Martin Edwards (Dennis Wheatley & R.C. Woodthorpe)