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The Crime Hub set to Launch in September

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Vanessa Fox O'Loughlin

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The Crime Hub is an innovative new website for people interested in crime, both fact and fiction. Written and audio content from leading crime writers and people connected to the criminal justice system.

Launching September 9th,  2019 with a series of brilliant podcast stories recorded in LA including Murder at the Palace by Gyles Brandreth, narrated by Stephen Fry, and The Plater by Ann Cleaves, narrated by Alfred Molina. Writer, Sam Blake brings an Irish flavour with twisting tale, False Impressions: The Art of the Con.

The site, established by criminal barrister and crime writer, Olly Jarvis and focused on all things criminal will also bring readers true crime interviews with leading figures from the Criminal Justice System including the world’s top expert on fingerprints, forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd and The Secret Barrister.

Olly Jarvis is passionate about finding a place online for audio crime content, entirely independent of radio.

Readers and listeners of this genre are discerning, they demand authenticity. We wanted to create something that showcased the best thriller writers, but also gave a real insight into the real world of crime detection, evidence, and jury trials and the people who work within this fascinating world.”


Sign up for exciting news, updates and giveaways: Thecrimehub.com


Contact for interviews: hello@thecrimehub.com


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