Friday 3 March, 11.30am-12.30pm Al Ras 3, InterContinental
“This is intelligent, high-voltage story-telling of the very highest order.” – Tony Parsons reviewing Crisis.
Renowned BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner has drawn on his many years of reporting on global security to write his compelling debut novel Crisis, in which former commando Luke Carlton races against time to foil a diabolical plot to attack London. A chance to hear from one of the world’s security experts on the real-world inspiration behind his fiction and the kind of dangers we can expect to face tomorrow.
Language: English, with simultaneous Arabic translation