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Canada Writes Celebrates Crime Writing Month With A Characters in Crime Series

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As part of Crime Writing Month at CBC?s Canada Writes, they are focusing on compelling characters in crime fiction through their ?Characters in Crime? series. The success of crime fiction often depends on the creation of memorable detectives and villains, so during May 6-17, 2013 Canada Writes will be interviewing members of Crime Writers of Canada about some of their favourite sleuths, what goes into creating characters in crime fiction and more.

Check out an interview with former private investigator and crime novelist Sean Chercover as he talks about how the villain is just as much of a protagonist as the detective, just with a different point of view, here. Also read a Q & A with Elizabeth J. Duncan here.

For further information about Canada Writes? focus on crime fiction, please click here. Don?t forget to keep checking the Canada Writes page during the next few weeks to see more interviews.

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