Author of Debut Memoir The Dark Side of the Mind Kerry Daynesis a Forensic Psychologist, speaker TV presenter and media commentator. She is also a True Crime and Mental Health Advocate. For over twenty years her average week has involved working with everything from stressed-out parents to serial killers and she is a sought-after court-appointed expert witness.
Kerry regularly appears on international television networks and in the media; she was ‘The Profiler’ over three series of Discovery’s top-rated ‘Faking It’ documentaries. Her debut memoir Dark Side of the Mind is being published later this month and there are some fantastic opportunities to hear her speak about her book at the following venues.
The book is an exceptional look at her journey as a Forensic Psychologist, and offers readers an unforgettable insight into the psychological causes of some of the most extreme forms of human behaviour. She also considers what the treatment and incarceration of those who transgress says about society.
29th May 2019 at 19.00 in Letchworth, Herts at David’s Bookshop
Tickets are just £6 and can be purchased here:
‘How close does fiction get to truth get when it comes to the criminal mind? Join us for an evening where we explore this tight relationship. A Sunday Times bestseller, The Silent Patient is about a woman’s act of violence against her husband – and of the man obsessed with uncovering her motive. Alex Michaelides wrote the film The Devil You Know. The Silent Patient is his first novel.
The Dark Side of the Mind is an unforgettable journey into the life of a forensic psychologist. Kerry Daynes has worked with some of the most complex and challenging criminals as well as the victims of crime. A large part of her day job is spent delving into the psyche of convicted men and women to try to understand what lies behind their actions.’
3rd June 2019 at 19.00 on Monday 3rd June, 7pm at Chorleywood Memorial Hall, WD3 5LN
My Life as a Forensic Psychologist with Kerry Daynes – Tickets are just £6 and can be purchased here:
‘Enthralling and terrifying in equal amounts. Both unforgettable and unputdownable.’ PROFESSOR DAME SUE BLACK, Britain’s leading forensic anthropologist and author of the Sunday Times bestseller All That Remains.
Kerry Daynes has worked with some of the most complex and challenging criminals in prisons and secure hospitals as well as the victims of crime. A large part of her day job is spent delving into the psyche of convicted men and women. To try and understand what lies behind their actions and how to set them on the path to becoming law-abiding citizens.
Welcome to the life of a forensic psychologist. No two days are the same. The people you work with are wildly unpredictable, sometimes frightening and often deeply frustrating. Drawing on her case files from the frontline, The Dark Side of the Mind offers readers an unforgettable insight into the psychological causes of some of the most extreme forms of human behaviour. It also details what the treatment and incarceration of those who transgress says about society. Join Chorleywood Bookshop and Kerry Daynes for a fascinating and insightful evening delving into the little known world of forensic psychology!’
12th June 2019 at 18.30 at Waterstones Bookshop on Tottenham Court Road, London.
Tickets are just £7 and can be purchased here:
‘Waterstones TCR are delighted to present a very special event featuring forensic psychologist Kerry Daynes, and author of The Dark Side of the Mind. She will be in conversation with crime novelist Harriet Tyce, author of the acclaimed thriller Blood Orange. They’ll be discussing women in crime, the psychology of criminals, both factional and fictional. And the enduring fascination for crime fiction and true crime, particularly among women.
The evening will include a chat between Kerry and Harriet, an opportunity for audience questions, and a book signing. You can purchase a copy of Kerry and Harriet’s books at a special discount price with your ticket.’
To book Kerry please call +44 7970 646872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org