With Zoe Sharp & Helen Phifer
2 November 2019 | 9:30am – 11am | £7:50
Dalton Community Centre
21 Nelson Street, Dalton-in-Furness, LA15 8AF
Chaired by Margaret Martindale
Zoe Sharp is a phenomenon. She has lived on boats, been a motoring and photojournalist, renovated cars and houses, been an international pet sitter, qualified riding instructor and has received death threats. She used to live in the Lakes before starting a sort of nomadic lifestyle.
Her thirteen books about Charlie Fox, the ex-Special Forces bodyguard, have brought her a large following but she has also written standalone novels.
Zoe’s books include: Bad Turn and the first of her Lake District thrillers, Dancing on the Grave.
Helen Phifer likes “books that make the hair on my neck stand up” and this is what she writes. A native Barrovian, and PCSO, she writes the sort of books she likes reading and her heroines, such as Annie Graham, Lucy Harwin and Beth Adams, are strong resourceful women with a knack of getting results.
Helen is also running a book club in a local branch of Costa Coffee!
Helen’s books include: The Ghost House, Dark House and The Girl in the Grave.
Come and listen to them talk about writing, and ask questions