An Evening with William Hussey
Monday 24th April, 7pm
The Buttercross, Brigg
Award winning Children and YA author, William Hussey makes a move into adult fiction with Killing Jericho, the first in a new series of books focused on his character DC Scott Jericho, a disgraced former detective forced to return to his Traveller roots and becoming embroiled in a deadly mystery.
Featuring an interview with William, plus a chance for questions and the opportunity to purchase Killing Jericho prior to release on 27th April, and have your book signed by William in person.
Tickets are free but should be reserved in advance via the link below:
About Killing Jericho:
Scott Jericho thought he'd worked his last case. Fresh out of jail, the disgraced former detective is forced to seek refuge with the fairground family he once rejected. Then a series of bizarre murders comes to light - deaths that echo a century-old fairground legend.
The police can't connect the victims. But Jericho knows how the legend goes; that more murders are certain to follow. As Jericho unpicks the deadly mystery, a terrifying question haunts him.
As a direct descendant of one of the victims in the legend, is Jericho next on the killer's list?
Praise for Killing Jericho
A must-read series' - JANICE HALLETT
'A distinctive detective, a striking setting, and macabre murders - what more could a reader ask for?' - JOHN CONNOLLY
'A thrilling helter-skelter of a gripping mystery' - SARAH PINBOROUGH
'A beautifully wrought and fantastically gothic thriller' - SJ WATSON
'An absolute cracker' - T.M. LOGAN
'A first-class thriller' - CHRIS WHITAKER
'A blisteringly new brand of hero' - SARAH HILARY
'Agatha Christie meets Se7en' - TINA BAKER
'Dark, exciting, furiously-paced and full of twists' - ALEX SMITH
About William Hussey:
William Hussey is the award-winning author of over a dozen novels, including the Crime Fest award-nominated Hideous Beauty and The Outrage. Born the son of a travelling showman, he has spent a lifetime absorbing the history, folklore and culture of fairground people, knowledge he has now put to work in his Scott Jericho thrillers. William lives in the seaside town of Skegness with his faithful dog Bucky and a vivid imagination.