Books to Die For
Blue Mountains Library is taking a forensic look at the world of crime writing with a whole morning dedicated to exploring the many intriguing facets of this genre with some of Australia’s best-selling and award-winning authors.
Join us as we go deep inside the eclectic world of crime as we hear from Dr Rachel Franks on the history of crime writing and the shady, fictional world of the Private Investigator. Meet well-known Australian crime and thriller novelists including Jaye Ford, the award-winning author of Beyond Fear, the highest selling debut crime novel in Australian in 2011, whose four further thrillers have been published in nine languages, and Candice Fox, multiple Ned Kelly award-winning author, who has just-released a much-anticipated collaboration, Never Never, with the best-selling crime novelist, James Patterson. Action-thriller expert, Chris Allen, will introduce us to the high-speed adventures of his Intrepid series. And, finally, take a tour of work from Peter Doyle – also a Ned Kelly award winning crime novelist – based on research into Sydney’s forensic Photography Archive at the Justice and Police Museum by Associate Professor Peter Doyle.
Tickets are just $15, include morning tea and are available from any Library branch or online, CLICK HERE.
Put the date in your diary – SATURDAY 22 OCTOBER AT SPRINGWOOD LIBRARY, 10am to 1pm
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