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Morwood is a staff favourite -- so if you like rollicking crime then make sure you don't miss out on all the fun when we launch the cracking follow-up to Death and the Spanish Lady. Join us for a mysteriously fabulous drink and snack... Wednesday 27 February 6.00pm for 6.30pm Melbourne, the spring of 1923. When reporter Edward Bain is found dead in his office at the Argus, Eleanor Jones is called to the scene and realises that this is murder. Eleanor now writes film reviews for the newspaper, but was a nurse during WWI and knows the signs of violent death. The streets of Melbourne are turning ugly as the police call a strike and the city fills with lawless crowds... (rodneyvc)… (mais)
What are the books on your bedside table – books you've loved, books you can’t wait to read, and ones begging to be finished? The Bedside Books Club invites you to a discussion of important bedside reading matters! Bring a great book to share, and enjoy a glass of wine and some light refreshments. Two authors Carolyn Morwood and Nick Gadd, both widely read of course will talk about the books on their real and imaginary bedside tables! Tuesday, 9th February, 7.00pm - 8.30pm Altona Library, 123 Queen Street Enquiries tel: 9932 1330 or email@example.com Carolyn Morwood is a crime fiction writer based in Melbourne. She has published three novels with The Women’s Press, in the United Kingdom. Her new novel Death and the Spanish Lady, will be released by Pulp Fiction Press in 2010. Nick Gadd's novel, Ghostlines won a Victorian Premier’s Literary Award in 2007 and a Ned Kelly Award for best first fiction in 2009. (trackbianca)… (mais)