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Penny Kline Local crime writer

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Friday 28th September
Penny Kline
Local crime writer

Penny Kline has previously worked as a psychotherapist in the NHS and a university lecturer. She began her writing with radio plays – having had two broadcast on Radio 4 – and then went on to write several crime novels. Ursula’s Arm, a novel about psychoanalysis and the frustrations women had to endure, set in the 1930’s, followed, and she then returned to crime: Nobody’s Baby, set in Exeter, where Penny once lived while running the student counselling service at the university, then two set in Bristol: The Gifted Child, and her new book, published in April – The Sister’s Secret. Penny lives in Bishopston.

Preceded by our AGM (no more than 30 minutes)

Doors open at 7.00pm, AGM starts 7.30.

Book tickets online or in the library.
Cash bar with wine & soft drinks.


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