Tuesday 26 January 2016

Secrets of the crime thriller unlocked at Darlington Library

Scottish author Lin Anderson, creator of the Forensic Scientist Rhona MacLeod series, will offer an insight into the secrets behind the crime thriller during a special visit to Darlington to help celebrate National Libraries Day.

Lin, who helped found the annual ‘Bloody Scotland’ crime writing festival, is also author of a second mystery thriller series featuring private investigator Patrick de Courvoisier. Set in Cannes, it is described as ‘the Rockford Files meets James Bond’.

‘An Evening with Lin Anderson will take place at Darlington’s Crown Street Library on Wednesday, 3 February, from 7pm. Tickets cost £6, which includes wine and nibbles.

Councillor Nick Wallis, Darlington Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Leisure and Local Environment said: “We’re delighted to welcome Lin to Darlington for the latest in our series of author visits and hope as many people as possible will join us for what promises to be a fascinating insight into the crime thriller genre.”

For more information or to book your place call into Darlington Library or call 01325 462034. For more information about Darlington Libraries and its event programme log onto the website at: http://www2.darlington.gov.uk/web/arena

Parking in Darlington town centre is just 50p per hour in Archer Street, Chesnut Street, East Street car park (above Wilkinsons) and Garden Street car parks. In addition, car users can pay for two hours or more in any council-run off street car park and get an extra hour for free. Visit www.darlington.gov.uk/parking.

Travelling to Darlington town centre by bus is easy and convenient with the new Arriva Frequenta service. Visit: www.dothelocalmotion.co.uk