Tom Henighan at Morrin Centre

Tom Henighan at Morrin Centre

 

Henighan’s latest mystery takes Quebec city by storm Mr. Henighan will appear at the Morrin Centre on Thursday, August 26th at 7 p.m, where he will read excerpts from his latest novel.  The reading will be followed by a book signing in the Morrin Centre’s beautiful Victorian library. This event is free of charge and is presented by La Maison Anglaise and the Morrin Centre.

For reservations and information, please call 418 694-9147 or send an email to info@morrin.org.

Tom Henighan rose to the rank of full professor in the English Department of Ottawa’s Carleton University and  is now an Adjunct Research Professor. He is also a very busy freelance scholar and writer with a special interest in Canadian culture, mythology and popular culture. His works of fiction include The Well of Time, shortlisted for the Seal Books First Novel Award; Mercury Man, shortlisted for the Red Maple Award; and Doom Lake Holiday, a teen mystery set in Rideau Lakes, Ontario. His latest book, Nightshade, is full of action and mystery.

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Nightshade by Tom Henighan is available now at all good bookshops including AngloStore.com Quebec City’s English bookstore ONLINE.
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Atropa belladonna, known as nightshade, is one of the most toxic plants in the world. Its poisonous leaves are at the root of a high profile murder that takes place in historic Quebec City, the backdrop for Tom Henighan’s new novel

Nightshade.

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