Top crime writer Lenny Bartulin visits Mooloolaba
  • Wednesday 10 February 2010

What: Big Book Club Event – Lenny Bartulin
When: 6.30pm Wednesday 17 February 2010
Where: Mooloolaba Surf Club, The Esplanade, Mooloolaba
Bookings: Maroochydore Library (5475 8900) and Kawana Library (5444 8022)
Cost: $15 including canap├ęs. Licensed bar available

Enjoy an evening with crime writer Lenny Bartulin at Mooloolaba Surf Club on 17 February as he discusses his new novel The Black Russian.

Bartulin will share with Sunshine Coast readers the inspiration for The Black Russian, which features second-hand bookseller turned detective Jack Susko. Like its 2008 predecessor A Deadly Business, it’s an entertaining, fast-paced crime thriller.

Bartulin is famous for his numerous short stories and has previously published poetry in HEAT and Meanjin magazines. He lives and works in Sydney, and is quickly joining the list of major Australian crime fiction authors.

Bartulin clearly knows all the tricks of the hard-boiled trade, from the wisecracking amateur detective who’s always in over his head, to the plot twists and double-double crosses that keep you guessing right to the end – with lots of Sydney local colour.

Share an evening with Lenny Bartulin at this special Big Book Club event. Bookings are essential and places are expected to fill quickly, so don’t miss out.

Call Maroochydore Library on 5475 8900 or Kawana Library on 5444 8022 to reserve your spot.