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Claire Askew introduces…Siobhan MacGowan, Amen Alonge and Robert Gold

Claire Askew introduces…Siobhan MacGowan, Amen Alonge and Robert Gold

Claire Askew introduces…Siobhan MacGowan, Amen Alonge and Robert Gold

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Dates and times

Sunday 8 May 2022
6:30PM - 7:30PM

The award-winning crime writer and poet Claire Askew introduces this panel of crime and thriller debuts.

Siobhan MacGowan - The Trial of Lotta Rae

Lotta Rae is a young working-class woman who is viciously attacked by a wealthy gentleman. Lotta's family are firm believers in justice, so Lotta makes the brave decision to testify in court against her attacker. The guardians of justice support her, or so it seems.

Notorious after her trial and unable to return to the life she had before her attack, Lotta's quest for her own form of justice takes her from the streets of Spitalfields to a Soho brothel, into the heart of the Suffragette movement, to an unimaginable place. One she could never have foreseen.

Amen Alonge - A Good Day to Die

Meet Pretty Boy. It's been ten years since he left the big city - today he's back. No one knows why, but it's clear that revenge is on his mind: he is determined to make the person responsible for his exile from the London scene finally pay. But his plans seem derailed when he takes possession of a bracelet, unaware that its original owner has set a high price for its safe return. Suddenly, the hunter becomes the hunted and Pretty Boy will have to find out if it is indeed a 'good day to die'.

Robert Gold - Twelve Secrets

Ben Harper's life changed for ever the day his older brother Nick was murdered by two classmates. It was a crime that shocked the nation and catapulted Ben's family and their idyllic hometown, Haddley, into the spotlight. Twenty years on, Ben is one of the best investigative journalists in the country and settled back in Haddley, thanks to the support of its close-knit community. But then a fresh murder case shines new light on his brother's death and throws suspicion on those closest to him. Ben is about to discover that in Haddley no one is as they seem. Everyone has something to hide.

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Venue

Mitchell Library

North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN