Bestselling author Amanda Hampson to visit local libraries

Published on 15 May 2024

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Mildura Rural City Council Libraries will welcome bestselling cosy crime author Amanda Hampson to the Mildura and Ouyen Libraries for a morning tea and discussion next week.

During the morning tea events, Amanda will talk about her life, writing, and her latest novel ‘The Cryptic Clue’ which is the latest adventure in The Tea Ladies mystery series.

The Tea Ladies series follows four tea women in 1960s Sydney who become accidental sleuths after a murder in their building. As luck would have it, these tea ladies aren’t too bad at solving murders and busting criminals.

Councillor for Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Healy said it will be a great opportunity for fans, both young and old, to meet Amanda in person and delve into discussions about her latest novel.

“I encourage everyone to come along for this special event to spend some time talking to a great Australian author,” Cr Healy said.

“It will provide a chance for Sunraysia residents to gain firsthand insight into the inspiration behind Amanda’s work, as well as the creative process for writing a bestselling book.

“Fans may even get a sneak peek into what’s to come next in the mystery series.”

Amanda will visit the Ouyen and Mildura Libraries on the following days and times:

Ouyen Library
Friday 24 May

Mildura Library
Saturday 25 May

About the Author
Amanda Hampson grew up in rural New Zealand, and has lived in London, Sydney, and Melbourne. Writing for more than 20 years, she is the author of eight novels including the bestselling cosy crime novel The Tea Ladies. Her latest novel The Cryptic Clue is available now.

No registration is required to attend. Those interested are simply encouraged to turn up on the day.

For more information please contact the Mildura Library on 03 5018 8350.



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