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Great writing, great stories, great women

An evening with Kitty Sewell

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Date(s) - 27/09/2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Canton Library


Internationally best-selling thriller writer Kitty Sewell, in conversation with crime writer Gaby Koppel, on her latest novel, The Fault.


Kitty Sewell was born in Sweden, and has had four successive nationalities, living in the Canary Islands, Central and South America, Canada, England, Wales and Spain where she now lives in the mountains of Andalucía. She is a successful sculptor, and bestselling author.

Her books have been translated into 15 languages and she has been short-listed for the CWA New Blood Dagger Award, the Wales Book of the Year, Winner of the “People’s Choice” BBC Radio Wales Prize, and the Bertelsmann Book Clubs International Book of the Month. She also writes as Kitty Harri. With Honno she has published Ice Trap (2005, later bought by Simon & Schuster) and Hector’s Talent for Miracles (2007) as Kitty Harri.

Gaby Koppel is a freelance TV Producer and journalist with credits that include Crimewatch UK, The Experiment, Holocaust
Memorial Day. Child of Our Time – The Children’s Stories and Rip-Off Britain. She also writes regularly for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, the Daily Mail and the Jewish Chronicle.  Gaby was born in Cardiff of Hungarian and
German heritage. Her first novel, Reparation, was published by Honno in 2019.

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