Successful crime author to give talk in Hucknall Library

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Visitors to a library will be able to hear a talk given by a successful crime writer this month.

Kate Ellis will be speaking about her work at Hucknall Library on Thursday, March 16, from 2pm to 3.30pm.

She is the author of two thrilling crime series and has sold more than half a million books worldwide.

Her Wesley Peterson books contain an intriguing blend of mystery and history while her spooky and mysterious series featuring DI Joe Plantagenet is set in the ancient city of Eborby in North Yorkshire.

The event is free and there is no need to book.