-2012 Big Read

In On Beulah Height, Hill uses riveting psychological detail to create a chilling tale about the powerful need to be loved, its blind desires and hopes, its illusions and truths…and its deadly consequences. The Yorkshire detective team of Dalziel and Pascoe are on the case, with Hill presenting a flawless blend of mystery, ghost story and psychological thriller.

Intrigued? Join in the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival’s Big Readand discover this compelling detective tale for yourself!

Events (Please note these events have now passed)

North Yorkshire

  • Tue 15 May, 1.30pm, Skipton Library. Tickets £3. Tel. 0845 034 9538 or email: skipton.library@northyorks.gov.uk
  • Tue 15 May, 7.30pm, Ripon Library. Tickets £3. Tel. 0845 034 9524
  • Tue 22 May, 7.30pm, Knaresborough Library. Tickets £3. Tel. 0845 300 5112
  • Wed 23 May, 2pm, Bentham Library. Tickets £3. Tel. 08450349532 or email: bentham.library@northyorks.gov.uk

Leeds

  • Mon 14 May, 6.30pm, Leeds Central Library. Tickets Free. Tel. 0113 247 6016
  • Wed 16 May, 1.45pm, Yeadon Library. Tickets Free. Tel 0113 214 6501

North Tyneside, Newcastle and Stockton

  • Wed 16 May, 7.30pm, Whitley Bay Library. Tickets £3. Tel 0191 200 8500
  • Mon 21 May, 6pm, Newcastle Central Library. Tickets FREE. Tel. 0191 277 4100 or email: information@newcastle.gov.uk
  • Wed 23 May, 7.30pm, Stockton Library, Tickets FREE. Tel. 0164 252 6521 or email readers@stockton.gov.uk
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