Romance and Crime

18:30 pm
20:00 pm
Hamilton City Council Reception Lounge
Enter via Civic Square

Hamilton Book Month's romance and crime is a free event.

Nalini Singh is the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Psy-Changeling and Guild Hunter series of paranormal romances.

She also recently released her first thriller, A Madness of Sunshine, set on New Zealand's West Coast. The Guardian called it "an atmospheric read with a compelling sense of the spectacular rugged landscape".

Born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand, Nalini was first published in 2003. Her books have sold over seven million copies worldwide, and have been translated into multiple languages, including German, French, Italian, and Turkish.

Bronwyn Sell's latest book is romantic comedy Lovestruck with two follow-up books in this genre planned for 2021. Australian Women’s Weekly says, ”With some snappy and blackly funny dialogue, Kiwi writer Bronwyn Sell creates a feel-good, entertaining rom-com read”.

Her romantic thrillers Deception Island, Edge of Truth, Forbidden River and A Risk Worth Taking are under the pen name Brynn Kelly and she has also written four non-fiction books.

Join Nalini Singh and Bronwyn Sell (who also writes as Brynn Kelly) as they talk crime and romance with chair and author Nicky Webber. This event is supported by Poppies Bookstore with books for sale and signing.