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Mystery People Crime Evening at Chichester Library

Tonight, after work, I'm off to Chichester to witness charliecochrane and others talk about thier fiction. Details:

Mystery people crime evening

With Joan Moules, Eileen Robertson, Charlie Cochrane and Nicola Slade.

The Mystery People invite you to a special evening in Chichester Library with 4 crime and mystery writers discussing crime fiction and their books, with Carol Westron acting as moderator of the panel.

Joan Moules has been writing for over 20 years; her first book was published in 1979 and since then she has had over 20 books published.

Eileen Robertson’s first novel, Miss McGuire is Missing, was published in 2010 and is described as 'cosy crime'. She will follow this up with a new novel later this year.

Charlie Cochrane is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and International Thriller Writers Inc, and her favourite genre is gay fiction, predominantly historical romances and mysteries.

Nicola Slade writes historical novels featuring Charlotte Richmond, a young Victorian widow, and, more recently, contemporary crime and mystery books.

Carol Westron is a successful short story writer and a core contributor to Women's Weekly.

Venue: Chichester Library

Date: Tuesday 11 September

Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £3.00 each available from Chichester Library

Phone: 01243 777351

Email: chichester.library@westsussex.gov.uk
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