What do you get when you put a former bookseller/editor, a former spy and a devotee of supernatural fiction in a room? Join us and find out.
Stuart Evers is the acclaimed author of Ten Stories About Smoking
, which won the 2011 London Book Award. His highly inventive debut novel, If This is Home
, travels back and forth between a small town in the North of England and a mysterious complex in Vegas trading in dreams and dark desire.
For eleven years Chris Morgan Jones worked at the world's largest business intelligence agency. He has advised Middle Eastern governments, Russian oligarchs, New York banks, London hedge funds and African mining companies. His first novel, An Agent of Deceit
, which follows journalist turned private investigator Ben Webster as he tries to expose the dealings of a shadowy Russian oligarch, was published in 2011.
Adam Nevill is the esteemed author of several horror novels and recently won the August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel for The Ritual
. His latest novel, Last Days
focuses on a notorious cult, The Temple of the Last Days, which reached its bloody endgame in the Arizona desert in 1975. Ever since, the group’s rumoured mystical secrets and paranormal experiences have lain concealed behind a history of murder, sexual deviancy and imprisonment.
Admission is free, but must be booked
Friday 12th Oct 2012, 19:00 - 20:30
Birmingham Library Theatre, Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, B3 3HQ.