Author visit to library’s Crime Café

Steve Mosby will visit Hucknall Library on Tuesday 3rd March
Steve Mosby will visit Hucknall Library on Tuesday 3rd March

An award-winning crime author is visiting Hucknall Library next week to give a free talk about his books.

Steve Mosby will be speaking at the library’s Crime Café on Tuesday 3rd March at 2pm.

This successful author has published eight crime novels and in 2012 won the prestigious Crime Writers Association (CWA) Dagger, selected and voted for by librarians across the country.

Steve has garnered impressive reviews for his novels including plaudits from leading authors.

Val McDermid said: “Steve Mosby has become one of a handful of writers who make me excited about crime fiction.”

Cath Staincliffe said: “There is always a fresh, original slant to Mosby’s writing.Excellent at capturing contemporary lifestyles and concerns, this is engaging story-telling delivered with panache and assurance.”

Hucknall Library Crime Café meet every first Tuesday of the month between 2pm and 3pm to talk about crime fiction, reading an author a month and discussing the books read. You can meet likeminded readers of crime fiction, discover about new authors and find out about new fiction releases. Refreshments are also available for a small charge.

Everyone is welcome to the free event. For more call 0115 9632035 or email hucknall.library@nottscc.gov.uk