Best-selling crime writer visits Sandwell
Published on 20th December 2011
Best-selling crime author Roger Ellory will be in Sandwell next year.
He will be at Blackheath Library in High Street, on Wednesday 11 January.
Roger started writing more than 10 years ago and is the author of nine novels, the most recent entitled, Bad Signs.
Candlemoth, his first-published, was shortlisted for the CWA Steel Dagger, as was his fourth, City of Lies, in 2006.
His fifth novel, A Quiet Belief In Angels, was a Richard and Judy Book Club selection in 2007, and went on to win the Livre De Poche Award, The Strand Magazine Novel of The Year, and the Inaugural Nouvel Observateur Prize.
A Quiet Vendetta won the Quebec Laureate and the Villeneuve Readers' Prize.
A Simple Act of Violence, Ellory's sixth novel won the Theakston's Crime Novel of the Year 2010.
He has been nominated for a further seven international awards including two Barrys, the 813 Trophy, the Mystery Booksellers of America Award and the Europeen Du Point.
He has also written the screenplay of A Quiet Belief In Angels for Oscar-winning director, Olivier Dahan. His books are now available in 24 languages.
Bad Signs returns to the haunting ground covered in the award-winning, international bestseller, A Quiet Belief in Angels.
An Evening with Roger Ellory starts at 7pm and tickets are free. For more in formation and to book tickets, contact 0121 559 1884 or email email@example.com