An Audience with Fiona Erskine

***Online Event*** Free

A part of the 'South Tyneside Libraries in Conversation with the Northern Crime Syndicate' series. Suitable for ages 16+

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A part of the ‘South Tyneside Libraries in Conversation with the Northern Crime Syndicate’ series.

***Please note: this is an online event***

Join South Tyneside Libraries for the fifth of their exciting series of events where they will be in conversation with the authors from the Northern Crime Syndicate.

Taking place every other Thursday from 28 January until 22nd April, you will be able to enjoy talks from:

  • A.M. Peacock
  • Trevor Wood
  • Rob Scragg
  • Fiona Erskine
  • Chris McGeorge
  • Judith O’Reilly
  • Rob Parker

This fifth talk is taking place on 25 March with Fiona Erskine.

About Fiona Erskine

Fiona Erskine is a professional engineer based in Teesside and travelling internationally. As a female engineer, she is often the lone representative of her gender in board meetings, cargo ships, night-time factories and oil terminals, and her fiction offers a fascinating insight into this traditionally male world.

The Chemical Detective (shortlisted for the SPECSAVERS DEBUT CRIME NOVEL AWARD at Crimefest) and The Chemical Reaction (shortlisted for the 2020 STAUNCH Prize), the first thrillers in the Jaq Silver Series are published by PointBlank.

Phosphate Rocks: A Death in Ten Objects will be published by Sandstone Press in June 2021

Fiona is passionate about music and outdoor swimming, though not generally at the same time.

Booking information

This event is hosted on Zoom.

You must book a ticket via EventBrite to be able to access this event. You will be sent all the the relevant information to access the session (including Zoom Meeting ID and password) through EventBrite at least 24 hours in advance.

*Image credit: Gary Walsh and Stockton-on-Tees Library

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