via “Crime and history” with Thorne Moore

Way back in history, before New Scotland Yard, before DNA, before the Human Rights Act, who made the laws, who did the detection, who caught the criminals and how do crime writers deal with all this?

If you’re living in South Wales or a reasonable distance from it you can find out in a talk by most talented crime fiction author Thorne Moore at the Llandeilo Lit Fest end of the month.

“Crime and history” with Thorne Moore

Saturday 28th – 16:00 Fountain Fine Art Gallery “Crime and history” with Thorne Moore 

Book Ticket: £5

Way back in history, before New Scotland Yard, before DNA, before the Human Rights Act, who made the laws, who did the detection, who caught the criminals and how do crime writers deal with all this?

Thorne Moore is an author of psychological and historical crime novels, and in her latest, Long Shadows, she follows three crimes in three centuries from the Middle Ages to Victorian times, all in the same Pembrokeshire property.

Trosedd a hanes

Ymhell yn ôl, cyn sefydlu New Scotland Yard, cyn i DNA gael ei ddarganfod cyn Deddf Hawliau Dynol, pwy oedd yn creu deddfau, pwy oedd yn archwilio troseddau, pwy oedd yn dal y troseddwyr a sut mae awduron nofelau ditectif yn trafod hyn i gyd?

Mae Thorne Moore yn awdur nofelau ditectif seicolegol a hanesyddol ac yn ei llyfr diweddaraf, “Long Shadows” mae hi’n olrhain tri throsedd mewn tair canrif wahanol o’r canol oesoedd i oes Fictoria a ddigwyddodd yn yr un tŷ yn Sir Benfro.