|Tim Taylor, myself and John Jackson|
Come and meet us at Tickhill Library at 2.00pm on Thursday April 26th
Fellow Crooked Cat author, Tim Taylor will be joining me on Thursday April 26th, to read from and talk about his book, Revolution Day. The book centres on a dictator clinging to power and a vice-president eager to sieze it. The ex-first lady is unknowingly drawn into his plans.
Tim lives in Meltham near Huddersfield. He writes contemporary and historical fiction and has published two novels. He also does part time teaching and research in Ethics at Leeds University.
Also joining me on Thursday will be yet another Crooked Cat author, John Jackson. John will be introducing his book, Heart of Stone. The story of a girl who is owned by an Earl, but loved by his brother.
John is a retired ship's Captain and he lives in York. He writes historical fiction, based on his remarkably colourful family tree! In his own words, 'For a Historical Novelist, a Family Tree is the gift that keeps on giving'.
And then there's me. I will be talking about my second Jacques Forêt novel, Merle. In this story my investigator, Jacques, delves into the murky world of commercial sabotage – a place where people lie and misrepresent. Yet again, it's up to Jacques to work out who is behind it all…and why?
So, come and join us at Tickhill Community Library, Market Place, Tickhill, Doncaster. DN11 9QU at 2.00pm on April 26th. Please telephone the library on 01302 742871 and let them know you will be there. Tea/Coffee and bickies will be available.
We are all looking forward to seeing you.