‘An Evening with Alan Bradley and Thomas King’ on January 27th at 7:30 pm, River Run Centre, Guelph. Sponsored by the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival and The Bookshelf. Tickets: $10 at the River Run Centre box office.
James Gordon will moderate the evening. Gordon is one of Canada’s most prolific songwriters, well known for his songs about social justice, heritage and environmental issues. The evening will consist of readings, an interview, and audience Q&A, followed by authors’ book signing
King will be reading from his award-winning novel, ‘The Back of the Turtle’.
Bradley will read from his new novel, ‘As Chimney Sweepers Come To Dust’, the seventh in the bestselling Flavia de Luce series