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Popular crime writer speaking at Worle library

PUBLISHED: 14:00 02 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:18 02 October 2017

Clare Donoghue.

Clare Donoghue.


A crime writer will speak about her books at the newly-opened Worle library on Tuesday.

Author Clare Donoghue’s will be the first author to visit the library since it moved into the children’s centre in Mendip Avenue.

Her latest novel, The Night Stalker, is set in the Quantock Hills and is about a hit-and-run on the same site as a grisly murder 200 years previously.

The police find the village gripped by fear and suspicion, and believing a phantom is stalking the hills.

Clare has appeared at Yatton and Clevedon libraries in the past, and her books are popular with North Somerset readers.

Tickets for her talk at 7.30pm on October 10 are available from the library and children’s centre.

They can also be reserved by calling 01934 426 090 or emailing

Clare’s books will be available to buy, and she will be signing copies.

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