Mike Uden hosted a successful Creative Writing workshop at Aldrige Library on November 5th, 2016, for which he received outstanding feedback.
It is the best event of its kind I have attended in some time. Very informative, interesting and enjoyable. More please!
The author also sold copies of his novel, Dead Man Talking.
When Paul Hutchinson, a British businessman, disappears on a trip to Pakistan, terrorism is suspected. So Paul's wife, Stephanie, hires Pamela Andrews, a private detective with a track record for finding missing people.
Pamela starts by retracing Paul's footsteps from London's Soho to Karachi, but everyone's worst fears are realised when a £20M ransom video appears. Slowly, with the help of Anna, her daughter, she begins to piece together a very different picture - a picture which perhaps proves that dead men can talk. No ordinary private investigator - an ex-cop combining world-weary cynicism with thoughtful originality - Dead Man Talking pitches Pamela Andrews into the polar opposite worlds of Soho and Karachi. And during this journey she finds herself juggling the demands of both heart and career in a case that confronts the very foundation of modern-day life. What, if anything, do we believe in?
David Swattridge had a successful event at The Riverfront with his book Pale Battalions - The Dark Land