Thursday, October 22, 2009

Words Worth Night of Mystery

On Tuesday November 10th at 7:00pm Linwood Barclay, Robert Robertson and John McFetridge will be reading their latest mysteries at the Princess Twin Cinema. Linwood Barclay has become a literary sensation and an international bestseller. In his new novel, FEAR THE WORST, Barclay has written an utterly frightening story about an ordinary man’s desperate search for his daughter that reminds us just how easily our normal lives can be shattered.
Robert Rotenberg’s debut novel, Old City Hall opens with Canada’s most famous radio personality, Kevin Brace, claiming that he killed his dead wife in the bathtub. Rotenberg’s writing style is fluid and enhanced by his insider knowledge of Toronto’s criminal courts and the streets surrounding “the Hall.”

John McFetridge, will be sharing his newest novel, Swap. He is also the author of two novels and a short story collection. Swap is a fictionalized account of the underbelly of the Toronto crime world. He is currently a writer on the new CBS/CTV television series The Bridge. The event will be held at the Princess Twin Cinema, 46 King St N in Uptown Waterloo. The event starts at 7pm on November 10.

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