Cheese, wine and a wee bit of crime.......... with acclaimed Author Lin Anderson

Cheese, wine and a wee bit of crime……..

We are delighted to be hosting our first ever Meet the Author event for World Book Day on the 1st of March 2018 with local Author Lin Anderson from 6.30 pm to 7.30pm.

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Lin is an acclaimed crime novelist and screenwriter who was born in Greenock. Her first Novel Driftnet was a Scottish Bestseller and introduced Dr Rhona MacLeod, forensic expert. The series now runs to nine books plus a novella and is published in numerous languages. Her most recent work is Follow the Dead.

Follow the Dead is the thrilling twelfth book in Lin Anderson’s Rhona MacLeod series.
On holiday in the Scottish Highlands, forensic scientist Dr Rhona MacLeod joins a mountain rescue team on Cairngorm summit, where a mysterious plane has crash-landed on the frozen Loch A’an. Added to that, a nearby climbing expedition has left three young people dead, with a fourth still missing.
Meanwhile in Glasgow, DS McNab’s raid on the Delta Club produces far more than just a massive haul of cocaine. Questioning one of the underage girls found partying with the city’s elite reveals she was smuggled into Scotland via Norway, and it seems the crashed plane in the Cairngorms may be linked to the club. But before McNab can discover more, the girl is abducted.
Joined by Norwegian detective Alvis Olsen, who harbours disturbing theories about how the two cases are connected with his homeland, Rhona searches for the missing link. What she uncovers is a dark underworld populated by ruthless people willing to do anything to ensure the investigation dies in the frozen wasteland of the Cairngorms . . .
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Get a copy of Lin's book here....

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You can find more information on Lin on her website or facebook and Twitter.

Entry is free by ticket which can be reserved by calling Inverkip and Wemyss Bay Library on 01475 715 676 or pop into the Hub.

*** This event is in partnership with Inverclyde Council and Inverclyde Libraries***