Best-selling author JS Monroe (Jon Stock), whose new horror movie There’s nowhere to hide published April 13, will be speaking at the Waterstones branch in Cambridge next Wednesday (June 14).
There’s nowhere to hide set in Cambridge and the author is an alumnus of the University of Cambridge. Literary Criticism described the book as a “smart examination of the dangers we open ourselves to every piece of technology we allow to link us to the internet”, while mail on sunday called it “a clever and intricate tale of unrequited love, ancient misjudgments and a truly devious villain”.
The event takes place at 6-7:30 pm. Author LC North will also appear. For more information, visit waterstones.com/events/crime-in-cambridge-an-evening-with-lc-north-and-js-monroe/cambridge.