Revealed - Exciting streamed event for Harrogate with creator of DCI Banks
An internationally-renowned crime author is to launch his new book in a special event to be streamed by Harrogate International Festivals.
An Evening with Peter Robinson will take place online on Thursday, March 18 to launch the best-selling author latest novel, Not Dark Yet.
The English-Canadian crime writer is best known for his crime novels set in Yorkshire featuring Inspector Alan Banks which spawned the hit TV show DCI Banks.
He will joining Harrogate International Festivals from his home in Canada to talk about what will be his 27th Alan Banks novel.
Peter Robinson grew up in Yorkshire, and now divides his time between Richmond and Canada.
His critically acclaimed DCI Banks novels have won numerous awards in Britain, the United States, Canada and Europe, and are published in translation all over the world.
The first Banks novel was published in 1987 and the successful TV adaptation starring Stephen Tompkinson as Inspector Banks and Andrea Lowe as DI Annie Cabbot first aired on ITV in 2010.
Published by Hodder & Stoughton, Not Dark Yet begins with a gruesome double murder at a Yorkshire property developer’s luxury home which, on the face of it, should be an open and shut case for Superintendent Banks and his team of detectives.
But soon the plot is complicated by Albanian mafia, a cache of spy-cam videos hidden in the house and the rape of a young girl that could cast the murders in an entirely different light.
An Evening with Peter Robinson Launching Not Dark Yet will stream for free from 7pm on Thursday, March 18 via HIF Player at:
Other free digital events coming up at the HIF Player include Venomous Reads - A Viper Spring ’21 Showcase with three authors on March 4 talking about their new books: Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker, The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward, and The Plague Letters by V.L. Valentine.
Harrogate International Festivals is a registered charity and is welcoming donations from the public in these difficult times at:
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