Literary lunch at Sidmouth Library
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.”
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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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