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Crime author Sophie Hannah sets her sights on St Helens Central Library
10:00am Monday 23rd September 2013 in News
CONTINUING the run of events organised by St Helens Central Library, award-winning crime author Sophie Hannah will be visiting the library on Thursday, September 26.
Since publishing her first work in the early 1990s, Sophie has become an internationally recognised crime author selling hundreds of thousands of copies of her novels in 24 countries.
After spending most of August in America on a literary tour, Sophie has returned to the UK in promotion of her latest hardback The Carrier and paperback Kind Of Cruel, which has already been shortlisted for several awards.
On the night, she will be discussing her work as well crime writing in general, allowing budding writers to ask questions about her career.
Sophie’s latest releases will be on sale as well as being available to borrow. After the talk there will be the opportunity to get your copy signed by the author.
The talk begins at 7.30pm on Thursday, September 26, and is free to attend, however booking is essential. To book your place, call 01744 677446 or email karenthornburn@sthelens gov.uk.
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