Author visit by Sarah Ward, Crime Writer, Smithy Bridge Library

Crime writer Sarah Ward originates from the Midlands but her crime stories are based around Derbyshire, she has a new novel due to be published early September entitled ‘A Patient Fury’. This new novel features her main character D.C. Childs.

Cost is £1 including refreshments, redeemable against the cost of a signed book.

Book in person at Smithy Bridge Library or call 01706 378281 to reserve your place.

Many of Sarah’s previous novels are in stock at libraries throughout the Rochdale borough,  and if not on the open shelves they can be reserved

Dates

Tomorrow 2pm - 4pm

Venue

Smithy Bridge Library

Smithy Bridge Library, 121-123 Smithy Bridge Road, Littleborough OL15 0BQ,

Price

£1 including refreshments, redeemable against book sale

Tickets

Tickets
Book online here

More information

Phone
0300 303 8876
Email
smithybridge.library@...
Website
Click here

Category

Meet the author

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