Join us for our second Murder in the Library authors talk series.
Usually the season of goodwill to all, our authors have chosen the festive season for their latest novels. So if preparations for Christmas are getting you down, then enjoy an evening of psychological thrills, serial killers and murder!
Mark Hill is an award-winning radio producer and journalist. Two O’clock Boy is the first in a psychological crime series featuring north of the river detectives Ray Drake and Flick Crowley. The next book, It Was Her, is released in May next year.
Tammy Cohen’s psychological thrillers The Broken, First One Missing, Dying For Christmas, When She was Bad and They All Fall Down, have all been published internationally and When She Was Bad has been optioned for television. Her Rachel Rhys published in March 2017 is a Richard and Judy Book Club pick and has been shortlisted for the 2017 HWA Golden Crown Award.
Susi (S.J.I.) Holliday is a pharmaceutical statistician and the author of the Banktoun trilogy. Her next book, The Deaths of December, features a serial killer who makes an excellent job of ruining Christmas. As well as writing books and analysing clinical trials, she performs as part of The Slice Girls - an all-female crime-writers' cabaret troupe.