Bestselling thriller writer Rory Clements to discuss new spy novel Nucleus at bookshop event
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One of the country's leading thriller writers is to discuss his latest spy novel at a Norfolk bookshop event.
Former journalist and Norfolk resident Rory Clements has been named as a Sunday Times bestseller for his John Shakespeare series of books, including The Holy Spy, The Queen's Man and Traitor.
The latest book in his new Prof Tom Wilde series, which focuses on spying in Cambridge between the First and Second World Wars, was released this month.
And he is set to discuss the book, Nucleus, in an event at Kett's Books in Wharton's Court, Wymondham on Wednesday, February 7.
It follows on from a similar talk Mr Clements gave at the community bookshop last year.
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Set in 1939, the plot of Nucleus centres on how Prof Wilde is drawn into the investigation of the murder of a leading nuclear scientist.
The event starts at 5.30pm.
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