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An evening with Will Dean and Abir Mukherjee

Wednesday 9th January 18:30 at London - Piccadilly

Waterstones Piccadilly are delighted to welcome Will Dean and Abir Mukherjee.

Will’s eagerly anticipated Red Snow is a follow-up to Dark Pines. A chilling Scandi Noir, Red Snow tells the story of a deaf reporter’s challenge to investigate the potential links between a suicide and murder which took place in a small, Swedish town. Rumours circulate the town as residents become increasingly terrified that the killer is still on the run.

 ‘Makes the blood run even colder than Dark Pines: Will Dean goes from strength to strength’ – Erin Kelly

 Joining Will is Abir Mukherjee, winner of the 2017 CWA Historical Dagger Award. Smoke and Ashes, the latest addition and third novel in the bestselling Sam Wyndham series is a murder mystery set amidst political and social turmoil.

Will and Abir will be discussing their captivating noirs and the influence of social and contexual factors on their writing.

Anna Mazzola will be chairing this event. Anna trained as a human rights and criminal justice solicitor, and continues to work in law alongside her writing. Her debut novel, The Unseeing, was published to critical acclaim. Her latest novel, The Story Keeper, is released this month in paperback.

Please join us at Waterstones Piccadilly for what promises to be a compelling and mesmerising evening.

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Wednesday 9th January 18:30

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