Anthony Horowitz - Moonflower Murders

Anthony Horowitz - Moonflower Murders

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Wednesday 28 October, 2020

ONLINE

7.00pm (1hr) available to view online until 7 Nov

£4.99 (great deals available on Festival Passes)


Available on demand until midnight Saturday 7 November.

We meet Anthony Horowitz, one of the UK’s most versatile storytellers, whose latest novel, Moonflower Murders, follows on from one of the finest crime novels of recent years, Magpie Murders. This extraordinarily complex literary thriller once again features the famous literary detective Atticus Pund and Susan Ryeland.

The author of the bestselling teen spy series Alex Rider, Anthony Horowitz is also responsible for creating and writing some of the UK’s most loved and successful TV series including Midsomer Murders and Foyle’s War. He has written two highly acclaimed Sherlock Holmes novels, The House of Silk and Moriarty; two James Bond novels, Trigger Mortis and Forever And A Day; and two bestselling crime novels, The Word is Murder and The Sentence is Death, starring Detective Daniel Hawthorne. In 2016 he wrote Magpie Murders which became a bestseller around the world, and which won eight literary awards in Japan alone.

Anthony Horowitz will be in conversation with Mandy Morton.

Anthony Horowitz (photo: Jon Cartwright)

  • Anthony Horowitz will take live questions from our online audience.
  • Literary events are live streamed (with the exception of James Naughtie and Joanna Trollope) and will include Q&A from the online audience.
  • During the live literary events, questions may be submitted by typing them into the Q&A box under the live feed. Viewers will still be able to watch the event while submitting questions, which will be relayed in real time to the speaker/interviewer. Please note, this may only be done while the event is live.
  • If you are unable to watch the live-streamed Literary events, the recording of each Literary event will be available to view online from the following day, using a viewing token, until midnight 7 November.
  • Signed copies of books featured will be available from The Petworth Bookshop, The Old Bakery, Golden Square, Petworth. Tel: 01798 342082 Email: petworthbookshop@gmail.com