Posted on 03 November 2020
We are delighted to showcase three local authors in three separate events in November.
Join Carolyn. M (Kim) King for a presentation on her new book on invasive predators in New Zealand which offers a much-needed insight into one of New Zealand’s longest-running national crises.
This event will also include a short presentation by Predator Free Cambridge and Hamilton with rat traps available for attendees to take for a koha donation.
Disaster on Four Small Paws
Wednesday 18 November 6.30pm
Cambridge Library Kaipaki Room
Following on from his last presentation in Te Awamutu in September 2019, Oliver McLeod returns with the results of his research. Copies of the book Geology of the Pirongia Volcano, Waikato: 1:30,000 Geological Map will be available for purchase at the event.
The first geological map of Mt Pirongia
Wednesday 25 November 6.30pm
Te Awamutu Library Community Room
Scott Bainbridge is one of New Zealand’s foremost investigative and True Crime authors. His first two books, Without Trace and Still Missing about missing persons, led to several cold-cases being re-opened.
Scott talks books and new and exciting projects on the horizon. His latest books are New Zealand Mysteries and The Missing Files.
The Crimes of Scott Bainbridge
Thursday 26 November 6.30pm
First Reader Book Club will have a short gettogether 6-6.30pm