25 March 2015

Love and crime in Oxford

"Love and Crime" is this year's theme at the annual crime and mystery weekend at St Hilda's College Oxford next August.

Sessions will include "Detecting Couples, "The Romance Of The Lone Detective", "Reader, I Murdered Him", and "Love: The Perfect Motive For Murder".

This is the 22nd year of the festival, making it the longest running crime conference in the UK. The first one took place in 1994 and was the brainchild of author Kate Charles and Eileen Roberts, the Alumni Officer at St Hilda’s College.

They designed the weekend conference on crime fiction with the emphasis on women writers, especially those with an Oxford connection.

This year’s conference is dedicated to the memory of PD James.

St Hilda's Crime and Mystery Weekend
St Hilda’s College Oxford
14-16 August 2015