John Cabot University's Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation presents a reading by Conor Deane Fitzgerald on Tuesday 27 May from 18.30-20.00.
Conor Fitzgerald is the pen name of Prof. Conor Deane who teaches at John Cabot University. He is the author of the best-selling series of crime novels featuring the Italo-American detective Alec Blume, including Dogs of Rome; Fatal Touch; The Namesake and the latest in the series, The Memory Theatre.
His fifth book, A Bitter Remedy is due for publication later this year. The Irish writer and long-term Rome resident plans at least one more crime book, but is also working on a more conventional “literary” novel.
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