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Crime novelist Elly Griffiths to visit district

PUBLISHED: 11:37 17 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:37 17 January 2018

Crime writer Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk libraries

Crime writer Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk libraries

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An award-winning crime author will be talking about her new book at special events in Waveney next month.

Elly Griffiths, the author of the best-selling Dr Ruth Galloway Mysteries, will be talking about her latest book – The Dark Angel – at sessions in Reydon and Beccles next month.

The London-born novelist will appear at the ‘meet the crime author’ events, organised in conjunction with Southwold Library and Beccles Library. They are held at Reydon Village Hall on February 10 at 7pm, and at Beccles Library on February 17 from 11am, as part of the library’s coffee morning.

A spokesman for Southwold Library said: “Elly will be talking about her writing including her new Ruth Galloway book, The Dark Angel, and signing copies of the book.”

Tickets, which cost £3, are available from Southwold Library on 01502 722519 and Beccles Library on 01502 714073.

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