Literary lunch at Sidmouth Library

PUBLISHED: 09:28 22 August 2011 | UPDATED: 09:28 22 August 2011

Exmouth author Graham Hurley

Exmouth author Graham Hurley


SIDMOUTH Library’s will stage one of its popular literary lunches in September.

Exmouth author Graham Hurley, will talk about his interesting career as a thriller writer, said librarian Gill Spence, who initiated the literary lunches several years ago.

The event will take place on Tuesday, September 20, starting with a buffet lunch at 1.30pm, provided by Ann and Terry Knight.

Tickets are £4.50, available at the library.

Gill said: “He agreed at once. He is a keen library supporter and we are very grateful for his support.”

Graham has written 23 novels, including a series of 12 books featuring Detective Inspector Joe Faraday and Detective Constable Paul Winter, set in Portsmouth.

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