A marine mystery crime talk onboard a marine masterpiece at Hartlepool Maritime Experience

There's a great new venue for my talk about my marine mystery crime and thriller novels in Hartlepool on 16 March and that's on board a restored paddle steamer the P.S.S. Wingfield at the Hartlepool Maritime Experience.

I'll be on board this wonderful 1934 paddle steamer on 16 March 2010 at 2.30pm. There must be an idea for a new crime novel there! This unique event is being organised by Hartlepool Library. You won't need your sea legs either because we'll be tied up to the dock ( I hope so anyway).

P.S.S. Wingfield is a former passenger ferry built in Hartlepool by William Gray & Co. She is the largest exhibit at the Museum of Hartlepool.

Tickets cost only £2.00 and include tea and coffee. It will be a unique afternoon's entertainment. Numbers are limited though, so if you want to join me do book early to avoid disappointment.

For further information and tickets contact:
Hartlepool Libraries
Central Library
24 York Road
TS26 9DE
Tel. No. 01429 272905


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