Continuing the theme of library events... on 7th July Cyrus Moore, author of the brilliant controversial thriller CITY OF THIEVES, and Leigh Russell, author of runaway success CUT SHORT and her new novel ROAD CLOSED, addressed a packed house at Gayton Library, the central library in Harrow. The two authors introduced themselves and their books, talked about their diverse journeys to publication, and read extracts from CITY OF THIEVES and ROAD CLOSED. They talked about crime fiction, and answered a host of fascinating questions from a lively and supportive audience. At the end of the evening, while everyone enjoyed the refreshments kindly supplied by the library, Cyrus and Leigh were delighted to sign their books for most of the audience. It was a great evening and the Curzon Group would like to thank the librarians at Gayton Library, and the local audience, for their interest.
Here is a photo taken by a librarian at Kenton Library, with some members of the lively book group who came along to hear Leigh talking about ROAD CLOSED. Only about half of the group could stay behind for the photo, which shows what a thriving group this is. So if you haven't yet joined a book group at your local library - check it out!
See Leigh's upcoming library talks on http://www.noexit.co.uk/features/authortour.php