Capital Crime welcomes the world’s favourite crime and thriller authors and filmmakers back to London for 2022, and we’re delighted that several agency authors will be taking part in panels over the next few days.

Multi-million copy bestseller Mark Edwards, whose pacey thriller No Place To Run is set in Northern California, will be discussing basing novels on the other side of the Atlantic in Brits in the USA at 12:15pm on Friday 30th September.

Jack Jordan, Times bestselling author of author of multiple bestselling thrillers including the nail-biting Do No Harm, will be exploring the enduring appeal of ‘London-by-the-sea’ in Brighton Rocks, at 2:25pm on Friday 30th September.

And not one, but two of our authors will be discussing the versatility and addictive nature of thrillers in A Thrilling Ride at 5:40pm on Friday 30th September: Sunday Times bestseller C.L. Taylor, and Kindle bestseller Caroline Mitchell.

On Saturday 1st October, at 3:30pm, Ava Glass will be talking all things espionage in Secrets & The Spies that Keep Them, drawing from her own experience working as a consultant in British counter-terrorism, and her novel Alias Emma.

On top of this, both Katherine Faulkner‘s Greenwich Park and C.J. Tudor‘s The Burning Girls have been nominated for Fingerprint Awards, in the Debut Book of the Year and Genre Busting Book of the Year categories respectively. The winners will be announced at the Fingerprint Award Ceremony on Thursday 29th September.

Congratulations and good luck to all our talented authors, we are so proud of you!