Library staff will help entertain guests at a night of murder mystery detection at Neston Library this Thursday (21st June).
Bestselling thriller writer Kate Ellis will be joined by four rather dodgy Italian suspects (who are more frequently seen as members of library staff) for “Murder in the Lemon Grove” from 7pm.
Described by The Times as ‘a beguiling author who interweaves past and present’ Kate was born and brought up in Liverpool and studied drama in Manchester.
On the night a mysterious plot will develop when Sicilian businessman Paolo Brusconi is found murdered in a lemon grove adjoining an archaeological site.
Cheshire West and Chester Council’s cabinet member for communities and wellbeing, Cllr Louise Gittins said: “It promises to be a very exciting evening and I’m delighted our library staff are getting involved and joining the fun.
“This is another example of the quality and diversity of our libraries. They are at the heart of our communities providing wonderful cultural activities for everyone to enjoy.”
Tickets are available for £5 at the library or online via Ticketsource.
There will be refreshments, as well as Kate’s books for sale, on the evening.
For more details, please contact Neston Library, Parkgate Road, Neston, CH64 6QE.
Call 0151 337 4670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.