Author Talk. Nicola Upson

Event Details

Where
Fulbourn Library, The Swifts Haggis Gap, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5HD
When
25 April 2018
Time
19.30
Price
Free. Donations to support Fulbourn Library welcomed.
Support for special needs
Disabled people, Physical disability, Sensory impairment

Contact details

Name
Halina Szutowicz
Position
Library Committee member
Tel
01223 721140
Alt
07752 516058

About this event

Nicola Upson.
Author of the 'Josephine Tey' series of crime novels will be speaking about her 'real' heroine and the attraction of writing about the between the wars period. Her new novel, Nine Lessons, is the seventh in her bestselling series. Set in the winter of 1937, and featuring a series of baffling murders inspired by M.R. James's famous ghost stories, the book takes readers on a gripping journey from King's College, Cambridge to the bleak, atmospheric Suffolk coast, where some of James's greatest tales are set. 
Nicola Upson was born in Suffolk and read English at Downing College, Cambridge. She has worked in theatre and as a freelance journalist, and is the author of two works of non-fiction. Her series of detective novels featuring Josephine Tey began with An Expert in Murder, and has been described as 'historical crime fiction at its very best' (Sunday Times) and dramatised for Radio 4.
Free entry. Refreshments will be available after the talk. Donations to support Fulbourn Library welcomed.

Other specialist provision: Hearing loop Wheelchair access Disabled toilet

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Venue details

Address

Fulbourn Library
The Swifts Haggis Gap
Fulbourn
Cambridge
CB21 5HD

Facilities

  • Accessible toilet with alarm
  • Hearing induction loop with instructions
  • Wheelchair accessible

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Fulbourn Library

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