We’re rapt to be able to kick off our Events Program for 2017 with a visit from our very own, acclaimed crime author…
5 January 2017: PLEASE NOTE, THIS EVENT HAS REACHED CAPACITY, SO UNFORTUNATELY, NO FURTHER TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE
Wednesday 18 January
7pm IN STORE
Book in store or on 5975 5034. Places strictly limited.
Celebrating the release of the 7th book in his Peninsula Crimes series, Signal Loss, we are thrilled to welcome Garry Disher for an evening in store to talk all things crime writing.
If you’re a fan of crime fiction, but haven’t yet discovered Garry’s Peninsula Crimes series, it’s definitely time to jump on board – there’s something quite thrilling about reading books that are set in your own locale – it provides an extra level of reality and really draws you into full immersion in the place, characters and story. A must for all Peninsula residents!!
Join us for a different evening of summer entertainment! Bookings essential – places are limited.
About the Author
Garry Disher is one of Australia’s foremost crime writers. He has published almost fifty titles—fiction, children’s books, anthologies, textbooks, the Wyatt thrillers and the Peninsula Crimes series. He has won numerous awards, including the German Crime Prize (twice) and two Ned Kelly Best Crime novel awards, for Chain of Evidence (2007) and Wyatt (2010). Garry lives on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
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A small bushfire, but nasty enough for ice cooks to abandon their lab. Fatal, too. But when the bodies in the burnt-out Mercedes prove to be a pair of Sydney hitmen, Inspector Hal Challis’s inquiries into a local ice epidemic take a darker turn. Meanwhile, Ellen Destry, head of the new sex crimes unit, finds herself not only juggling the personalities of her team but hunting a serial rapist who leaves no evidence behind.
The seventh instalment in Garry Disher’s celebrated Peninsula Crimes series sets up new challenges, both professional and personal, for Challis and Destry. And Disher delivers with all the suspense and human complexity for which readers love him.