Gerald Seymour will be making a rare festival appearance at Stratford upon Avon Literary Festival on Friday 2nd May at Stratford Arts House.
Gerald Seymour is the international best-selling author whom came to fiction after
spending 15 years as an international television news reporter with ITN, covering Vietnam and the Middle East, and specialising in the subject of terrorism across the world. Seymour was on the streets of Londonderry on the afternoon of Bloody Sunday, covered the Great Train
Robbery and was a witness to the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics.
His first novel was the acclaimed thriller Harry’s Game, set in Belfast, and he has since written 29 novels, including The Glory Boys and The Contract, of which six have been filmed for television in the UK and US and most recently A Deniable Death has been optioned for an ITV Drama.
In a rare festival appearance, he’ll be talking about his latest thriller, The Corporal’s Wife, set in the dust of Iran, the offices of Whitehall and the mountains of Austria.
Here is a link to the event: