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Crime novel The Twelve Days of Murder to be adapted for TV by Brock Media

BBC Studios-backed prodco Brock Media has secured the rights to adapt Andreina Cordani’s novel The Twelve Days of Murder into a TV project.

Sarah Brocklehurst

The book is described as a dark Christmas whodunnit about a group of friends summoned to a masquerade party to solve a fictional murder – until their investigation becomes all too real.

“It’s deliciously bingeable and will be perfect for mainstream festive season viewing,” said Sarah Brocklehurst, founder of Brock Media.

“Andreina Cordani has written an incredibly entertaining and well-plotted murder mystery full of twists, suspense and glorious characters.”

The news was announced by Bonnier Books UK, with the deal facilitated by Marc Simonsson of SoloSon Media.

Brock Media has previously produced adaptations of Animals by Emma Jane Unsworth, and The Outrun by Amy Liptrot.

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