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NPR's Crime in the City goes to Brighton

Written by Fred Vigeant, Director of Programming and Promotions for TV and Radio | Jul 30, 2012 6:22 PM

NPR's Crime in the City series continues Monday August 6th during Morning Edition on witf.  Crime and the City profiles crime novelists and the cities that inspire them. NPR's Vicki Barker introduces Peter James, author of of the Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series set in Brighton, England.  Hear the story Monday on Morning Edition on witf your home for NPR News and All Things Regional between 5am and 9am. 

Previously on Crime and the City:

  • Atlanta - Kathy Lohr profiled Karin Slaughter and her series of books featuring character Special Agent Will Trent of Atlanta.
  • Providence - Jennifer Ludden reviews the storied history of mob violence and small-town sense of intimacy which makes Providence the perfect place to set his crime fiction. 

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