Evesham Festival of Words

I’ve just received the exciting news that I am to conduct a Beyond all Doubt walking tour of Evesham as part of next year’s Festival of Words. Many Evesham landmarks are depicted in the novel, so my role will be to point them out and offer a snapshot of the relative plotpoint and perhaps some local history also.

A promotional poster offers:

Described by Festival of Words Chair, Sue Ablett, as a real ‘page-turner’, this enthralling local crime novel, ‘Beyond All Doubt’ is a cracking good read.  With nearly as many dead bodies as Midsomer Murders, there is never a dull moment.  The challenge is working out how the police are going to solve the crimes!

If you’ve read the book, or even if you haven’t, you have the chance to join author Paige Elizabeth Turner in a literary walk around some of the key Evesham sites that feature in this new, and very local, crime novel.  With three murders in quick succession, the book really is a page-turner.  From the start, we know who the murderer is, but will he be brought to justice?  Starting in the Market Place, we visit places where crimes were committed, and clues and bodies found, with a bit of local history thrown in.  The walk ends at the Almonry where you will have a further chance to chat with the author. 

Stay on in the Almonry afterwards for a glass of wine and nibbles, followed by the launch of the Festival Bookshop.

Friday 16th June 2017, 6.00 – 6.45pm.  FREE FESTIVAL FRINGE EVENT.  Meet in the Market Place.  Easy walking, suitable for all.  Just come along!

Paige Elizabeth Turner
Paige writes across a variety of genres, but prefers to concentrate on her crime / mystery series featuring Private Investigator Olivia Watts and her Watts Happening? Investigations agency. Also dabbling in poetry, Paige produces emotive verse from romance through to environmental issues. Writing is her lifeblood, but as experienced by many writers, there’s a shortfall of financial nutrients feeding the blood.

One Response to “Evesham Festival of Words

  • That sounds interesting. If our travels in the van take us to Eveshan in June, I’ll join you.

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