Wednesday, 10th May 2017
Upper Room Town Hall

Di Alexander interviews the remarkable M. C. Beaton – No 1 most borrowed UK adult author in libraries – on her own life, and on her latest Agatha Raisin novel Pushing Up the Daisies:
‘M.C. Beaton, a master of outrageous black comedy’ The Times
‘A Beaton novel is like The Archers on speed. Along with the everyday story of… [is] a murder or three … to occupy the talents of feisty …Agatha Raisin.’ The Daily Mail
M. C. Beaton, bookseller; theatre critic; fashion editor; crime reporter; chief woman reporter on the Daily Express; and reporter on Rupert Murdoch’s The Star, has written nearly a hundred Regency romances; and four Edwardian, and thirty Hamish MacBeth murder mysteries; and 26 Agatha Raisin novels, now a series on Sky Television. Translated into 15 languages, she’s sold over 15 million copies worldwide.
Di Alexander was a journalist for Cotswold Life, Gloucestershire Life and Wiltshire Life. Her column on Harcombe was a regular feature in The Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard for which she reviewed the first Agatha Raisin novel The Quiche of Death (1992). Di is author of The Other Mitford, The Harcombe Year, and The Circle of Our Lives.

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