Minette Walters is back

Minette Walters is back with her first full length novel in ten years. The master of crime fiction for nearly two decades has now turned her talents to a bold new direction: a sweeping and gripping novel set in Dorset during the Black Death. We can't wait to hear Minette discuss her work in conversation with Antiques Roadshow expert and Festival Co-Director Paul Atterbury on Friday 20th October at 6.00pm.

Janet Gleeson: 25th Jul 2017 09:47:00

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I sip my Dorset tea and just wanted to say thanks so much for the invitation to the lit fest - I thoroughly enjoyed it... Rob Ryan
Many thanks, and thanks again for a lovely event.Catherine Mayer
Paul was an excellent interviewer, and I loved the format.Great audience , acoustics...Tracy Chevalier
We really enjoyed the talks we attended...and look forward to next year's event...Kate Adie was brilliantG Farmlloe
...Enjoyable,engaging, enthralling...A Hick
It is excellent that Dorchester is now on the literary mapR Binney

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I thought the event had a really good feel to it - and people couldn't have been friendlier and more welcoming. Good luck with future events.

Adam Ockelford
Feedback From 2017 Festival

It is excellent that Dorchester is now on the literary map

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Paul was an excellent interviewer, and I loved the format. Great audience, acoustics...

Tracy Chevalier
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I very much enjoyed the events I came to at the Dorchester  Literary festival. It was all very well organised. The sessions on The Seabird's cry, Bee Quest, and The Otter's Tale were brilliant. 

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Very well organised, excellent variety in terms of author and presentation. Favourite was Tony Robinson, but I also really enjoyed Julia Shaw (memory very thought provoking), Richard Dannatt (good solid start to festival) JOHN Wright (local and good humour) Alison Weir (such research and knowledge) and Victoria Hislop (novel in a different style).

Jeanne Holmes
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...Enjoyable, engaging, enthralling...

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