Ann Cleeves in conversation with Brian McGilloway

Date Monday 10 October 2022
Time 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
PriceA Free Event - Booking Strongly Advised
Age Range16+ years
VenueCrescent Arts Centre
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Ann Cleeves in conversation with Brian McGilloway

Fiction

Join us for an evening’s conversation with one of crime-fiction’s best-loved writers about her latest novel The Rising Tide which sees the return of Vera Stanhope, star of ITV’s Vera. 

Fifty years ago, a group of teenagers spent a weekend on Holy Island, forging a bond that has lasted a lifetime. Now, they still return every five years to celebrate their friendship and remember the friend they lost to the rising waters of the causeway at the first reunion.

Now, when one of them is found hanged, Vera is called in. Learning that the dead man had recently been fired after misconduct allegations, Vera knows she must discover what the friends are hiding, and whether the events of many years before could have led to murder then, and now...

But with the tide rising, secrets long-hidden are finding their way to the surface, and Vera and the team may find themselves in more danger than they could have believed possible...

Join the International Bestselling author who will be in conversation with Brian McGilloway.

About the author 

Ann Cleeves is the author of more than 35 critically acclaimed novels, and in 2017 was awarded the highest accolade in crime writing, the CWA Diamond Dagger. She is the creator of popular detectives Vera Stanhope, Jimmy Perez and Matthew Venn, who can be found on television in ITV’s Vera, BBC One’s Shetland and ITV's The Long Call respectively. The TV series and the books they are based on have become international sensations, capturing the minds of millions worldwide.

Ann worked as a probation officer, bird observatory cook and auxiliary coastguard before she started writing. She lives in North Tyneside where the Vera books are set.

 


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