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Book:A study in scarlet:2014
Author: Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930
Year 2014
Media class: Book
Publisher: William Collins
Resource type: Physical
034911675X
Book:The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency:2003
Author: McCall Smith, Alexander, 1948-
Year 2003
Media class: Book
Publisher: Abacus
Resource type: Physical
0755106431
Book:The return of Sherlock Holmes:2001
Author: Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930
Year 2001
Media class: Book
Publisher: House of Stratus
Resource type: Physical
1407144057
Book:The hound of the Baskervilles:2014
Author: Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930,
Year 2014
Media class: Book
Publisher: Scholastic
Resource type: Physical
1472117220
Book:Agatha Raisin and the witches' tree:2017
Author: Beaton, M. C.
Year 2017
Media class: Book
Publisher: Constable
Resource type: Physical

This year the Doncaster Literary Festival, “Turn the Page” has been organised in a different way. We will not be just having a weekend to celebrate all things Literary; we will be celebrating throughout the year. We will be working in partnership with different organisations and authors to bring you a varied programme throughout the year.
 

Here are the events that are coming up on the programme:

Meet the Author Meet the Author

We’d like to welcome back crime historian Stephen Wade. His new book Murder in Mind is a selection of some of his favourite crime stories from the past, mixed with a memoir of growing up in Leeds. This fascinating talk will include references to some Doncaster stories, including that of his namesake, Stephen Wade, the hangman, and to more general tales, such as that of Jane Austen's aunt, who spent some time behind the walls of her local jail.

Don’t miss this great event. Join us at Central Library, Waterdale

Thursday 27th September 11am-12.30pm

Tickets £3.00 - booking essential

 

Please call:-

 01302 734315

 

Email: literacyteam@doncaster.gov.uk for more information

Refreshments will be available at the event

Turn the Page Literary Festival Turn the Page Literary Festival

We have another interesting Turn the Page Literary Festival event coming up.

On Wednesday 17th October The Plague Doctor, David Bell from Eyam, will be presenting his talk ‘

When Hygiene was a Dirty Word – promised to inform, entertain, make you smile, make you wince!’

All in the best possible taste or maybe not…

Doncaster Central Library 10.30 – 11.30 am

Tickets £3 available from Central Library or call 01302 734314 email literacyteam@doncaster.gov.uk to reserve your place.

Refreshments will be available to purchase at the event.

Author Talk Author Talk

Bestselling author Phaedra Patrick's debut novel, 'The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper', was a global success story, with publication in over twenty countries worldwide and film rights optioned in Hollywood. The book also won 'Prix des Lectrices Milady 2017' in France.

Phaedra's short stories have been published in various popular magazines and she has a four-book deal with HarperCollins in the UK and USA. Her second novel, 'Wishes Under the Willow Tree,’ is out now.

 

At CENTRAL LIBRARY Thursday 15th November 11 am

Tickets £3.00 - booking essential

Please call 01302 737991

Email: literacyteam@doncaster.gov.uk for more information

 

Refreshments will be available at the event

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Here's some feedback from the Sarah Dunnakey Author Event -

very Interesting and enlightening

Another great morning! Very interesting Many aspects of her writing – research – books to come!

Very Interesting talk. Lots of insight into how she came to write the book

Really enjoyable, insightful, interesting. Looking forward to her second book

There’s been a murder and it’s a mystery!

Our Central Library hosted a Murder Mystery Night performed by the Literacy Team on Tuesday 10th July. .It drew an audience of over 30 budding detectives who listened very carefully as the suspects read out their statements (only once) and were then grilled to determine who had the motive and the means to carry out the dirty deed. We had lots of lovely comments, like the ones quoted below. Also, Ann Cleeves, the author of the scripts and the popular Shetland and Vera crime novels now televised, liked and re-tweeted our tweet about the evening.

“Hello To Everyone, Thank to all involved in last night’s mystery evening. We enjoyed it even though we failed to solve who did it!!! Thanks for all the hard work, enjoy the sun while it lasts.”

“A fun evening. Thank you”

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