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Crime novelist Elly Griffiths to visit three Suffolk libraries

PUBLISHED: 08:31 17 January 2018

Ipswich County Library is hosting one of the events. Picture: ARCHANT

Ipswich County Library is hosting one of the events. Picture: ARCHANT

Award-winning crime author Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk libraries next month as part of a tour promoting her latest book.

Crime writer Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk librariesCrime writer Elly Griffiths will be visiting three Suffolk libraries

The London-born novelist will be talking about her latest book, The Dark Angel, which is the 10th book in the popular Dr Ruth Galloway mysteries series.

Elly will be at Ipswich County Library on Saturday, February 10, from 2-4pm, before heading to Southwold Library later that day for an evening talk beginning at 7pm.

She will then be visiting Beccles Library on Saturday, February 17, where she will be on hand from 11am as part of the library’s coffee morning.

Tickets for the Ipswich event are £5 and £3 each for the Southwold and Beccles talks, with tickets for all events available at the respective libraries.

She will be signing copies of the book at all three events, with copies available to buy on the day.

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