Long table author talk with Alexander Thorpe
11 May 2022 : 5:45 PM - 11 May 2022 : 8:00 PM
Kalamunda Library and Zig Zag Gallery invites you to a long table author talk with Alexander Thorpe to learn more about the art of mystery writing. Alex's first novel 'Death leaves the station' is a cosy mystery set in the Wheatbelt in the 1920s.
Wines from Tonon Vineyards and Winery (Carmel) will be available to purchase on the night to complement the tapas-style food.
Tickets includes a glass of Tonon Prosecco on arrival, food served in the gallery, and access to the Alfred Cove Art Society exhibition
1Ticket price: $40.50 (including a 50c booking fee) per person
Bookings essential. - Open 1 April 2022 @ 9am
Bookings available at https://www.trybooking.com/BYCQU
1 Trybooking has a 50cent booking fee per ticket for this event
About the Author
Alexander Thorpe’s first novel, Death leaves the station, brings the cosy country-house intrigue of crime fiction’s golden age to the Australian wheatbelt, and was written for fans of classic mystery and crime fiction.
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