Murder in the Library – Chatham Library

Crime fiction panel with Anna Mazzola, Barbara Nadel and Kate Griffin

7pm, 6 September
Chatham Library

FREE but booking essential.


Secrets of Historical Fiction – Waterstones, Covent Garden

Anna Mazzola and Anna-Marie Crowhurst discuss how and why we recreate the past in historical fiction.

7pm, Tuesday, 11 September, Waterstones Covent Garden.

FREE but booking essential.


Murder in the Dark – Margate

Writers Anna Mazzola, Rachel Amphlett, Vicky Newham and Matthew Frank talk about bringing out the darkness in their characters as part of Margate Literary Festival.

7.30pm, 29 September, The Sands Hotel, Margate.


Brixton Bookjam

Live reading event with Anna Mazzola, Sarah Perry, Tamsin Grey and others.

7.30pm, Monday 1 October
Hootenany, Brixton


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Everybody’s Reading Festival

Anna Mazzola and Lydia Syson in conversation.

Thursday, 4 October.

Details TBC.


Murderous Medway – Real Jobs, Fictional Worlds

Writers Anna Mazzola, Lisa Cutts and Simon Michael talk about how their real jobs inform their crime writing.

12.30pm, 6 October as part of Rochester Literary Festival.


Cuckfield Bookfest

Anna Mazzola and Richard Mason discuss their books The Story Keeper and Who Killed Piet Barol?

12,30pm, Sunday, 7 October
Queen’s Hall, Cuckfield


TAL Festival

Anna Mazzola and Lydia Syson in conversation.

10.30am, Friday, 19 October. Thames Library.


Edward Carey in conversation with Anna Mazzola – Waterstones, TCR

Edward Carey talks to Anna Mazzola about his new novel, Little, based on the life of Madame Tusssaud.

7.30pm, Tuesday, 9 October. Waterstones, Tottenham Court Road.


The World of Folklore – Hillingdon Library

Anna Mazzola and Phoebe Locke discuss their books The Story Keeper and The Tall Man, and how both were inspired by dark folklore and urban legends.

7.30pm, 15 November
Hillingdon Library


Halloween panel at Chiswick Library

Candlelit event where Anna Mazzola, William Ryan and SJ Holliday talk about ghost stories, evil spirits and all things spooky.

7.30pm, Monday, 22 October. Chiswick Library.

Tickets details to follow.

Crime panel at Rainham Library

Anna Mazzola, Linda Stratmann and Anne Coates on why and how they write crime fiction.

2pm, 5 February 2019. Rainham library

Ticket details to follow.


The Unseeing longlisted for HWA Debut Crown

The Unseeing was long listed for the Debut Crown of the Historical Writers' Association. The judges called it: 'A taut psychological puzzle, rich with the atmosphere of pre-Victorian London, and based on real events and people.'

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