Crime writer to speak at Honiton Library

Honiton Library generic image. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 1351-04-11SH

Honiton Library generic image. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref mhh 1351-04-11SH - Credit: Archant

Diane Janes, who penned Death at Wolf’s Nick, Stick or Twist and Swimming in the Shadows will speak on June 28.

An acclaimed crime author is visiting Honiton to give a talk this month.

Diane Janes, who penned Death at Wolf’s Nick, Stick or Twist and Swimming in the Shadows will speak at Honiton Library on June 28.

The session, which starts at 6pm, is £6 to attend to talk about her newsest book.

Diane was born and educated in Birmingham, but lived in various parts of the north of England for most of her adult life, until recently moving to Devon.


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Having worked in everything from mortgages to engineering, she is now a full time author of fiction and investigative non-fiction, specialising in crime.

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