Crime fiction fans are in for a real treat this October when an acclaimed writer visits St Helens.
Liverpool born author Kate Ellis – author of two exciting series of crime novels, an historical novel and many short stories – will be at Chester Lane Library on Thursday 6 October from 7pm where she will talk about her books and how she got into writing.
Fans will also get the opportunity to buy her books which include The House of Eyes, Watching The Ghosts, and The Devil’s Priest.
Kate’s novels feature archaeology graduate Detective Sergeant Wesley Peterson who fights crime in the “mean streets” (or should it be “mean lanes”?) of South Devon. Each story combines an intriguing contemporary murder mystery with a parallel historical case. She has also written five books in the spooky Joe Plantagenet series set up in North Yorkshire as well as many short stories for crime fiction anthologies and magazines.
This event is free to attend and light refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Chester Lane Library by calling 01744 677081.