Russ Thomas and Stephen Booth in conversation with Trisha Cooper
Thu, 21 October 6:00pm
The new novel from Sheffield based, best-selling author of Firewatching. Sheffield’s beautiful Botanical Gardens is an oasis of peace until a body is discovered there. In his quest to find the murderer, DS Adam Tyler is drawn into the secretive world of nighthawkers: treasure-hunters who operate under cover of darkness, seeking the lost and valuable . . . and willing to kill to keep what they find.
‘I loved it! Nighthawking turns Sheffield into a dark and terrifying underworld, and the plot is wonderfully fresh and original’ Kate Rhodes
Stephen Booth is a multi-award winning author – a Gold Dagger finalist, twice winner of a Barry Award for Best British Crime Novel and twice shortlisted for the Theakston’s Crime Novel of the Year. His books include Dead in the Dark and Fall Down Dead. He is the creator of Derbyshire police detectives Ben Cooper and Diane Fry, who solve crimes in the atmospheric Peak District.
‘A modern master of rural noir.’ Guardian
Trisha Cooper is a broadcaster on BBC Radio Sheffield