Celebrated crime writer James Oswald will be visiting Wokingham Library to talk about Cold As the Grave, his latest novel in the best-selling Inspector McClean series. He will also be talking about his career as a writer. James is a Scottish writer and farmer and his gripping crime thriller series has been compared to the work of Ian Rankin, Peter James and Val McDermid.
Originally a self-published author, James’s first Detective Inspector Tony McLean title, Natural Causes, was an overnight success and sold hundreds of thousands of copies. Since then, he’s gone on to become one of the best authors of Tartan Noir around.
The event will include a book selling and refreshments. It takes place at Wokingham Library on Thursday 7 February, 6pm to 7pm, charge £3. To book a place please call the library on (0118) 978 1368.