Sophie Hannah: A Game For All the Family

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The acclaimed author of "The Monogram Murders" visits Haworth

The acclaimed author of "The Monogram Murders" visits Haworth


Thursday 29th October, 7.30pm

Location: The Old School Room, Haworth

Sophie Hannah, the queen of psychological crime fiction, visits Haworth to discuss her new novel, the acclaimed standalone thriller A Game For All the Family. Sophie will also talk about writing the hugely successful The Monogram Murders (2014), the first Poirot novel written since the death of Agatha Christie, and with the blessing of the Christie estate.

‘Hannah – like Patricia Highsmith and Ruth Rendell before her – is an expert at exploring the delicate line between the ordinary and the monstrous. A Game for All the Family is the product of an author with an extraordinary imagination, working at the height of her powers.’ Independent

Sophie Hannah is an internationally bestselling crime fiction writer and poet. Her psychological thrillers have received critical acclaim and have been listed for multiple industry awards. The Carrier (2013) won the Specsavers National Book Award for Crime Novel of the Year. Sophie’s books have been translated into more than twenty languages, and The Point of Rescue and The Other Half have been adapted for television as Case Sensitive.

Sophie is currently a Fellow Commoner at Lucy Cavendish College. She lives in Cambridge with her husband and two children.

Tickets are £6 and should be booked in advance by clicking the link to the left of the screen, or by calling 01535 640188.


For further information, or if you have any difficulty booking your ticket, please contact Lauren Livesey, our Arts Officer, at / 01535 640188.

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