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Meet John Connolly

Tuesday 12th April 13:00 at Birmingham

We are incredibly excited to have John Connolly in store with us signing copies of his new book, A Time Of Torment.

John Connolly writing moves forward with each new novel. Parker’s motivation remains the same – he is vengeance against all evil doers – and his vengeance is extreme. We meet old friends and enemies in TIME OF TORMENT, and are introduced to new entities that will continue to haunt the pages of novels to come. Parker’s daughters, both the living and the dead, take more substantial roles and Sam’s course in life comes unnervingly more into focus – whilst Jennifer looks on from the other side.

As always, Connolly’s research into the background of his novels is superb – this time taking him into the world of folklore and myth – giving him material to fuel his superb imagination and storytelling ability.

JOHN CONNOLLYwas born in Dublin in 1968.  His debut novel, Every Dead Thing, immediately launched him into the front rank of mystery thriller writers, and each of his subsequent novels have been Sunday Times bestsellers.   His crime anthology, Books to Die For, edited with Declan Burke was the winner of the 2013 Anthony, Agatha and the Macavity Awards for Best Non-fiction.   He was the first non-American writer to win the US Shamus award, and the first Irish writer to be awarded the Edgar by the Mystery Writers of America.  

This is a free event. For more information please call us on 0121 633 4353, tweet us @waterstonesbham or pop in to store.



Birmingham Waterstones, Birmingham
Tuesday 12th April 13:00

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