Events

An Evening With Russ Thomas and Jack Jordan

Tuesday 31st May 2022
18:30 - 20:30 at Waterstones, Nottingham

Join us for an in depth Q&A with two of the UK's most exciting crime writers, with an exclusive opportunity to buy signed copies of their new releases.

 

Jack Jordan is the global bestselling author of Anything for Her, My Girl, A Woman Scorned, Before Her Eyes, and Night by Night and an Amazon No.1 bestseller in the UK, Canada, and Australia. After selling at auction in the UK and numerous foreign territories, Do No Harm is set to be the thriller of the summer in 2022. The idea for Do No Harm came to Jack after undergoing a minor medical procedure where he had to be sedated and trust strangers with his welfare. After the anaesthesia wore off, Jack began scribbling his notes, wondering to himself just how iron-clad a surgeon’s oath is, and what it would take to break it…

 

Russ Thomas was born in Essex, raised in Berkshire and now lives in Sheffield. After a few 'proper' jobs (among them: pot-washer, optician's receptionist, supermarket warehouse operative, call-centre telephonist, and storage salesman) he discovered the joys of bookselling, where he could talk to people about books all day. His highly-acclaimed debut novel and first in the DS Adam Tyler series, Firewatching, published in February 2020, with Nighthawking, the second book, in February 2021. Cold Reckoning is the highly anticipated third novel in the series.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Further details: 01159470069

Nottingham Waterstones, Nottingham
Tuesday 31st May 2022
18:30 - 20:30
Tickets £5
Plus Card Holder £4

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