Murder In The Rhubarb Triangle Wakefield Library
East Midlands & Yorkshire
|Event Organiser:||Catherine Yaffe, and Wakefield Library|
Accessible facilities, induction loop
Murder In The Rhubarb Triangle at Wakefield Library.
Local author Catherine Yaffe, Wakefield Library and Darling Reads of Horbury are getting involved in the Crime Writers Association’s National Crime Reading Month this June, with a full day of crime featuring some of the region’s top crime writers. The event will take place on Saturday 17th June between 9am and 4pm. The event is ‘free’ and you can book here:
National Crime Reading Month is an initiative developed and run by the Crime Writers’ Association, this year in collaboration with The Reading Agency, which aims to bring new books to existing readers and new readers to the world’s most popular and best-selling genre. Wakefield Library are plotting to bring readers the very best of ‘crime by local authors’ and get everyone to #PickUpAPageTurner, with Horbury-based bookshop, Darling Reads running a pop-up shop in Create Café, which will also open to support the event.
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