For the sixth time, Gdańsk – as well as nearby Gdynia, Rumia, and Wejherowo – will be taken over by crime. This sounds ominous, I know, especially with fierce storms raging at sea, heavy clouds looming overhead, and a salty breeze and torrential rain lashing down on the seaside boulevards. You can’t help but shiver… however, with these invaluable assets, the Baltic coast outside the summer season is the only suitable place to hold the “Afera Kryminalna” crime fiction festival at this time of year. And so, from 20 to 23 October, libraries in the four cities will become home to everything crime fiction fans love the most – without any spoilers, of course.
I will also participate in the event. Sadly, not directly – certain circumstances have conspired against me. Despite this, the Academic Reading Room at the City Public Library in Gdynia, located at ul. Biskupa Dominika, will house an exhibition of my work entitled “History in the crime novel”. I hope it will be enjoyed by the numerous fans of the genre visiting the Tri-City area. I will be represented by my good friends at the Oficynka publishing house, for whom I have already worked on some crime fiction projects and which I am still planning more of. Come to Gdynia. Projected weather anomalies: sun, clear sky, gentle breeze…

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