Susan Parry

Details of talks given by Susan Parry

Yorkshire & Humber
Notice Period:
Regular (more than one month's notice)
Literary festivals, U3A, WI, Rotary and beyond

Susan Parry is the author of crime novel set in the Yorkshire Dales featuring Dr Mills Sanderson, forensic archaeologist. She began writing when her twin daughters were small, and she was working full time as a university professor at Imperial College. She now devotes more time to her consultancy work, including forensic studies and archaeological investigations which provide inspiration for her writing. She is now working on her tenth novel in the ‘Yorkshire Dales Mysteries’ series. Her husband, Mark, is retired so they are now able to spend more time together in Swaledale, where the views from her house are a real inspiration. Together they have walked many of the areas described in the books, accompanied by their Airedale terrier. Her daughters are now grown up and, interestingly, both have careers in crime, but on the right side of the law!

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Listed talks

From forensics to crime fiction
Susan Parry Tagged: Author | Forensics | Yorkshire Dales | Crime
Yorkshire & Humber