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Barrister author to launch crime site

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Crime writer and criminal barrister Olly Jarvis is about to add another string to his bow with the launch of a new website, thecrimehub.com.

It is due to arrive on 9 September, and content will include a series of podcast stories recorded in Los Angeles – including Murder at the Palace by Gyles Brandreth, narrated by Stephen Fry, and The Plater by Ann Cleeves, narrated by Alfred Molina.

The site will also bring readers true crime interviews with leading figures from the criminal justice system including the world’s top expert on fingerprints Philip Gilhooley, forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd and The Secret Barrister.

Olly’s aim is to create a place online for audio crime content: “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,” he says.

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