Neil Spring

Dydd Llun 27 Ebrill, 7pm
Llyfrgell Wrecsam

Mae nifer o nofelau Neil Spring wedi eu ysbrydoli gan ddigwyddiadau go iawn o bentrefi wedi
eu gadael heb neb yn byw ynddynt i’r UFOs yn y Rhyfel Oer. Cafodd ei nofel gyntaf, The Ghost Hunters ei haddasu i gyfres boblogaidd ar ITV. Ei nofel ddiweddaraf yw The Burning House wedi ei lleoli ar lannau Loch Ness.

Monday 27 April, 7pm
Wrexham Library

Many of Neil Spring’s novels are inspired by real events from abandoned villages to UFO sight- ings in the Cold War. His debut novel, The Ghost Hunters, was adapted into a critically acclaimed television drama for ITV. The Burning House, set on the shores of Loch Ness, is his latest novel.

CRIME CYMRU

Mwy Na Allech ei Ddychmygu

Panel o awduron trosedd arloesol a chyfoes o Gymru - Eamonn Griffin, Alison Layland, Stephen Puleston a Leslie Scase yn siarad am y tueddiadau diweddaraf yn Nhrosedd Cymru – Judith Barrow fydd yn cadeirio’r sesiwn.

Eamonn Griffin (East of England)

Alison Layland (Someone Else’s Conflict / Riverflow)

Stephen Puleston (Dead Smart / Speechless / Another Good Killing / Brass in Pocket / Against the Tide / Worse Than Dead / Dead at your Feet / A Time To Kill / Written in Blood, Somebody Told Me / Devil’s Kitchen )

Judith Barrow (Pattern of Shadows / Changing Patterns / Living in the Shadows / A Hundred Tiny Threads).

 

Tocynnau £8

CRIME CYMRU

More than you can imagine

A panel of exciting and innovative contemporary crime authors from Wales will talk about the latest trends in Crime Cymru – session chaired by Judith Barrow.

Eamonn Griffin (East of England)

Alison Layland (Someone Else’s Conflict / Riverflow)

Stephen Puleston (Dead Smart / Speechless / Another Good Killing / Brass in Pocket / Against the Tide / Worse Than Dead / Dead at your Feet / A Time To Kill / Written in Blood, Somebody Told Me / Devil’s Kitchen )

Judith Barrow (Pattern of Shadows / Changing Patterns / Living in the Shadows / A Hundred Tiny Threads).

 

Tickets £8

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