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Catherine Isaac

Catherine Isaac

Tomorrow 2pm Halewood Library

Local author Catherine Isaac began her career as a graduate trainee on the Liverpool Echo and was later appointed Editor of the Liverpool Daily Post. She wrote her first book, Bridesmaids, while on maternity leave.

Robert Scragg What Falls Between Cracks

Robert Scragg: What Falls Between the Cracks

Mon 29 Apr 2019 2pm Prescot Library

Robert Scragg had a random mix of jobs before taking the dive into crime writing. He’s been a bookseller, pizza deliverer, karate instructor and football coach.

Nutcase tony williams

Tony Williams: Nutcase

Fri 3 May 2019 2pm Huyton Library

Nutcase is my debut novel and tells the story of Aidan, a lad growing up in Sheffield in the 1990s.

Read Regional Scragg Falls Cracks

What Falls Beneath The Cracks: Robert Scragg

Tue 7 May 2019 6.30pm - 8pm Bredbury Library

Meet author @robert_scragg who will be talking about his debut novel "What Falls Beneath the Cracks

Clare Shaw

Meet the Poet Clare Shaw

Fri 10 May 2019 3pm - 4pm Radcliffe Library

Clare Shaw poet, and author of Flood will be talking about and reading from her collection.

Robert Scragg What Falls Between Cracks

Meet the author Robert Scragg

Thu 16 May 2019 7pm Ramsbottom Library

Robert Scragg, author of What Falls Between The Cracks will be at Ramsbottom Library. Robert Scragg writes police procedural crime fiction with an interest in the ‘why’ rather than the ‘how’.

Clare Shaw Flood

Clare Shaw: Flood

Thu 13 Jun 2019 6pm Liverpool Central Library

Clare Shaw was born in Burnley. She has three poetry collections.

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