Meet the Author: Spend Some Time in the Company of Local Writer Charlie Hill

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The Date

Thursday, March 13th, 2014, 7 for 7:30pm

The Where

Loki Wine, 36 Great Western Arcade, Birmingham

The Meeting

Attendees will have to chance to get up close and personal with Local Writer Charlie Hill, who will be promoting his latest work, a wildly funny satire of book culture, aptly titled ‘Books’

The Book

Two holidaymakers die of a mysterious condition while on holiday in Corfu, piquing neurologist Lauren Furrow’s interest. She investigates, finding help in the unlikely form of Richard Anger: independent bookshop owner, avant garde (unpublished) short story writer and borderline alcoholic. Together they discover the killer: best-selling author Tony Sayles and his insipid novels. Will they be able to stop him before thousands die? The book can be purchased here

Charlie Hill

Charlie will be enthralling us with tales of writing, the inspiration for his latest book, what it’s like to see your name in print, and what works are presently in the pipeline.

Charlie Hill left school at 16 to work in Birmingham’s fish market. In 2010, he released his first novel ‘The Space Between Things‘ which was set in Moseley and Balsall Heath. Charlie has written for the Times Literary Supplement, the New Statesman, the Independent on Sunday and the Glasgow Herald.

Charlie has a website here

Meet the Author

Set up in the summer of 2012, the group allows readers to connect to local(ish) writers. More information can be found here

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