Sophie’s latest psychological crime fiction novel ‘A Room Swept White’, is already available in Hardback and is due for release in Paperback August 19th 2010.
As part of her full and interesting diary of events, Sophie will be appearing, on Thursday 23rd September 2010 at 10:30am, in The Light Reading Room of Huddersfield Lending Library.
This is a ticketed event, with a charge of £3.00 and full details of how to book your place, can be found on the Waterstones events page.
‘A Room Swept White’ – Synopsis:
TV producer Fliss Benson receives an anonymous card at work. The card has sixteen numbers on it, arranged in four rows of four — numbers that mean nothing to her. On the same day, Fliss finds out she’s going to be working on a documentary about miscarriages of justice involving cot-death mothers wrongly accused of murder. The documentary will focus on three women: Helen Yardley, Sarah Jaggard and Rachel Hines. All three women are now free, and the doctor who did her best to send them to prison for life, child protection zealot Dr Judith Duffy, is under investigation for misconduct. For reasons she has shared with nobody, this is the last project Fliss wants to be working on. And then Helen Yardley is found dead at her home, and in her pocket is a card with sixteen numbers on it, arranged in four rows of four …
About Sophie Hannah
Sophie was born in Manchester and educated at Manchester University. She has been both, Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College Cambridge, and a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College Oxford. She now lives, with her husband and family, in Cambridge.
In her early career, she was primarily noted as a poet, whose work is still studied at all examination levels, throughout the UK.
She is also a renowned and successful children’s and short stories author.
Since her first novel release in 2006, she is perhaps most noted as a psychological crime novelist, ‘A room Swept White’, being her fifth novel.