If you’ve ever attended an Iona Whishaw event, you know what to expect: riveting tales of her family’s many spy stories, a lesson on Canadian and wartime history, and insightful discussion about the future informed by the past, the Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) stated in a media release.
On Wednesday, Jul. 6, 2022, KFPL will host Whishaw for all of that and a discussion about her latest novel, Framed in Fire. An instant bestseller, Framed in Fire is the latest novel in Whishaw’s Lane Winslow series, according to the release.
Registration is required for this event, which will take place in-person at the Central Branch from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday. Register online at https://calendar.kfpl.ca/event/6783152.
“We’re thrilled to have Iona stop at KFPL to promote her new book,” said Jake Miller, Librarian, Adult Programming. “Our region is always hungry for the next great mystery title and the Lane Winslow series is especially popular! Iona is one of the first authors to visit since in person programming resumed, so this is extra-special.”
Whishaw is not only a bestselling author but also a poet and former teacher, social worker, and school principal, the library shared. Find more of her work in the KFPL catalogue at https://bit.ly/IonaWhishawKFPL. The library also suggested visiting Novel Idea for Whishaw’s latest title.
For those interested in author talks, don’t miss Aric McBay’s book launch event for Kraken Calling, coming up on Saturday, Jul. 9. Learn more and find the link to register here.