Festival 2019 Saturday 02 March - Sunday 10 March | Tickets now on sale

Jenni Frazer

Jenni Frazer is a Glasgow-born award-winning Jewish journalist. Former assistant editor of The JC, she is now a freelance columnist and feature writer whose work is published by The Times, The Guardian, The Jewish News and The Times of Israel.

A Long Night in Paris: Thriller Fiction
Former editor in chief of Haaretz and international best-selling author Dov Alfon discusses his electrifying novel, A Long Night in Paris. Hailed by critics as ‘the best Israeli thriller ever written’, Alfon’s hero, Colonel Abadi, head of Israel’s most secretive intelligence service, grapples with ruthless Chinese commandos, the byzantine Paris establishment and the back-stabbing Israeli intelligence community, all against the backdrop of the city of ...
The Ambassador
Award-winning crime writer Matt Rees teamed up with the late Yehuda Avner, adviser to Israeli Prime Ministers Yitzhak Rabin and Menachem Begin, to write The Ambassador, an ‘alternative’ historical novel set in Nazi Germany. What if Israel had been founded before the Holocaust? Might its existence have changed the course of European history? Journalist Jenni Frazer moderates.
Born Survivors

In Born Survivors Wendy Holden recounts the tale of three exceptional women who all gave birth in concentration camps towards the end of the war in the most adverse of circumstances, whose babies, against all the odds, survived. Wendy Holden is joined by one of the ‘infant’ survivors Eva Clarkeand interviewed by the journalist Jenni Frazer.