CANCELLED: An evening with Fiona McIntosh
We regret to advise that this event has been cancelled.
November 27 @ 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm
The Hungarian Club of South Australia. 82 Osmond Terrace, Norwood, SA. 5067
Bookings are mandatory. Go to Humanitix to book.
During this evening, bestselling author Fiona McIntosh will be discussing her recently published crime novel, Mirror Man. Introduced by Sisters in Crime SA convenor Samantha Battams. The price of the ticket will include a main meal and dessert at the Hungarian Club.
IMPORTANT: Please indicate when you book your ticket your choice of main meal by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Choices: 1. Hungarian beef goulash, 2. Chicken Schnitzel or 3. Vegetarian Lasagne.
The Hungarian Club is a licensed venue with imported Hungarian spirits available for consumption at the venue.
Fiona McIntosh is one of Australia’s prolific and favourite storytellers selling worldwide in a variety of languages across several genres but it is her historical romantic adventures that is capturing the imagination of the huge general fiction audience. Her books are regularly shortlisted for the Best General Fiction category in the Australian Book Industry Awards.
Fiona is married with twin sons. She lives in South Australia but roams the world to research her stories. Her new release for November 2018 is called The Pearl Thief and is set in Prague, London, Paris and York.
She hosts a series of masterclasses that are highly regarded by the industry as some of the best available anywhere and many of her students are now happily embedded with major publishers and enjoying terrific success. Her How to Write Your Blockbuster continues to help aspiring writer tackle the big journey of the novel.
When she’s not writing, reading or guiding other writers she bakes and happily considers eating fine chocolate and drinking only excellent coffee as her hobbies.
Jack’s back at New Scotland Yard to head up an operation that is looking into the baffling series of killings that are occurring amongst the criminal world. Perpetrators of old crimes and new are turning up dead but there are few clues as to why or who is hunting in the underworld. Jack brings together his old team and help them to work against their ambivalence and the moral dilemma which underpins how much anyone cares about catching this murderer. This story seamlessly picks up where Beautiful Death left readers.
On release in June 2021, Mirror Man shot straight into the national top 10 at #5 and within days had taken the #1 spot for Australian fiction.