There are two forthcoming ‘meet the author’ events at St Ives Library.
On Tuesday March 27th between 2pm & 3pm Peter Murphy will be at St Ives library to talk about his writing, answer questions and sign copies of his latest book Walden of Bermondsey. Peter Murphy is a recently retired judge and Walden of Bermondsey is a collection of humorous and satirical short stories told through the eyes of a Crown Court judge. His other books include: Calling Down the Storm, The Heirs of Owain Glyndwr, And is There Still Honey for Tea and A Matter for the Jury.
And on Tuesday 24th April at 7pm Nicola Upson, creator of the Josephine Tey novels, will be at St Ives library to help celebrate Word Book Night. Nicola’s seventh book about Josephine was published in 2017. Josephine Tey was a leading author of the golden age of crime fiction, her detective novels were hugely
popular in the 30’s and 40’s.
Tickets for both events cost just £5 and are available from the library or call 0345 045 5225. Refreshments are included at the evening event, which is supported by Tesco Community Champions