Knowsley Crime Fiction

Posted 11 Apr 2018 by Ian Anstice in Latest Libraries News

Knowsley Libraries are hosting some great crime writers this month. As soon as the police release them from this line-up that is.

Four authorsSarah Dunnakey
Friday 20 April 2018
Kirkby Library 11am...
Brought to you by Read Regional 2018
Winner of a Northern Writers Award and one of this year’s Read
Regional authors, Sarah Dunnakey will talk about her debut novel ‘TheCompanion’ and the starting point for her story of buried secrets, set between the 1930s and the present day, on the wild Yorkshire moors.

Martin Edwards
Friday 20 April 2018
Huyton Library 2pm
Martin Edwards is an award-winning author of more than 60 short crime stories. He’s also written a series of novels set in Liverpool about the lawyer Harry Devlin and seven books featuring Detective Inspector Hannah Scarlett and historian Daniel Kind set in the beautiful Lake District. Martin will give a fascinating talk about his career as a crime writer, inspired by his love of vintage detective fiction.

Four authorsA A Dhand
Monday 23 April 2018
Halewood Library 11am
Brought to you by Read Regional 2018
‘Girl Zero’ is a tense, forty-eight hours in the life of “DI Harry Virdee”, and the follow-up novel to the best-selling Bradford-based debut, ‘Streets of Darkness’. Raised in Bradford Amit Dhand will talk about how the city has inspired his writing and become an integral part of his fiction.

Ian Marsh
Tuesday 24 April 2018
Prescot Library 2pm
Dr Ian Marsh, from Prescot, has been a university lecturer for many years and has taught, researched and written widely on crime and criminal justice. ‘Gemma Makes her Mark’ is his second fiction book - following on from ‘Murderer: On Your Mark’, published in 2015.

Events are free but places are limited so book yours now by contacting your local library.

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