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LOVERS of mystery novels are in for a treat at the end of this month.

Waterlooville Library is hosting The Deadly Dames, a group of crime and mystery writers on November 28.

Joan Moules, a writer of 20 novels, Nicola Slade, a writer of several crime novels, and Charlie Cochrane, author of many gay amateur detective novels, will be there to talk about their work and their stories.

Gosport author Eileen Robertson will also be there for the evening.

The moderator of The Deadly Dames will be the popular Carol Westron, who is a prolific short story writer and one of Women’s Weekly’s core contributors.

Waterlooville Library is in the Precinct.

The event starts at 7pm and for more information email eileenrobertson@onetel.com, or pop into the library.