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Author talks at the Library this October

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Bestselling authors Fiona McArthur and Chris Hammer will be giving author talks at Bundaberg Library in October. Photo: Contributed.

Local readers will get the chance to interact with popular authors Chris Hammer and Fiona McArthur at the upcoming author talks at Bundaberg Library this October.

Contemporary romantic fiction writer Fiona McArthur will be giving insights into her new book As the River Rises on Friday 13 October.

Drawn from her earlier life as a rural midwife, Fiona creates warm and funny multigenerational stories including the The Farmer's Friend, The Desert Midwife and her bestseller The Opal Miner’s Daughter.

Her latest novel As the River Rises follows the journey of Dr Hannah Rogan, a GP from outback Queensland who opens a new rural medical practice where she meets the mysterious but attractive Jude.

On Friday 23 October, join bestselling crime-writer and journalist Chris Hammer who is on tour promoting his latest novel The Seven.

Chris has written a range of both fiction and non-fiction books including ACT Book of the Year Winner The River and Scrublands which topped the Australian fiction charts and won the prestigious UK Crime Writers’ Association John Creasey New Blood Dagger Award.

His latest book The Seven is part of his award-winning series featuring homicide detectives Nell Buchanan and Ivan Lucic.

The book follows their investigation into the murder of one of the members of Yuwonderie's seven founding families and whether it could be connected to the execution of the victim’s friend thirty years before.

Both events are free and open to all community members with light refreshments provided and copies of the books available for purchase on the night.

Author Talk: Fiona McArthur

When: Friday 13 October, 5.30 for 6 pm start

Where: Bundaberg Library

Cost: Free, bookings essential here.

Author Talk: Chris Hammer

When: Monday 23 October, 5.30 for 6 pm start

Where: Bundaberg Library

Cost: Free, bookings essential here.

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