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DY­MOCKS Joon­dalup will launch its Books at Bars se­ries on Oc­to­ber 31.

“Join us at our favourite lo­cal bar Down the Hatch with some friends for a glass of wine or beer and dis­cus­sions about great books,” staff mem­ber Aisling Law­less said.

The first event will run from 6pm to 8pm and wel­comes Perth crime au­thors Dave Warner and Alan Carter, whose books will be avail­able to buy and have signed.

In Warner’s new book Clear to the Hori­zon, de­tec­tives Snowy Lane and Dan Cle­ment team up in the search for a miss­ing girl that will put them on the track of a cold-case killer who ab­ducted three young women from the Perth sub­urb of Clare­mont.

Carter’s Marl­bor­ough Man fol­lows Nick Ch­ester who works as a sergeant for the Have­lock po­lice in the Marl­bor­ough Sound at the top of New Zealand’s South Is­land.

In the last cou­ple of weeks, two lo­cals have van­ished. Their bod­ies are found but the Pied Piper is still at large.

Tick­ets from The price in­cludes nib­bles from a graz­ing plat­ter.

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey­mu­ni­ d474781

Down the Hatch owner Ni­chola Hatcher (cen­tre) with Ker­ran Ol­son (left) and Aisling Law­less.

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