Thursday, February 03, 2011

Prize winning author Katherine Howell at Hurstville City Library

Fans of crime thrillers, detective fiction and complex characters are in for a real treat when prize-winning Australian author Katherine Howell visits Hurstville City Library to talk about her recently released fourth novel Violent Exposure featuring Detective Ella Marconi.
Katherine a former ambulance officer left behind a fifteen-year career to pursue her lifelong passion for writing with great success. Her first novel Frantic won the 2008 Davitt Award for Best Crime fiction, her second novel The Darkest Hour won the 2009 Davitt Reader's Choice Award and her third novel Cold Justice was selected as a Big Book Club book of the month. She is currently working on her fifth Ella Marconi novel.

"With each book I write, I find myself revisiting some of my best and worst times as a paramedic, and Violent Exposure is no exception," says Katherine.
'[Detective Ella Marconi] is a complex and appealing character whose passion for crime solving is both endearing and compelling and keeps the pace of the book racing.' Sunday Telegraph
Hurstville City Library
cnr Queens Rd & Dora St, Hurstville
Thursday 17th February @ 7pm
Free Event
Bookings essential: 9330 6142
Books available for sale and signing.

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