The Henry Bloom Noble Library is to host the launch of the latest book by critically acclaimed best-selling author C.M Ewan: ‘A Window Breaks’.
For former island resident Chris Ewan, who now writes under the name C.M. Ewan, the standalone thriller will be his first with Pan Macmillan and is about a family who must pull together to survive a night in an isolated Scottish lodge when intruders break in at 2am.
Born in Taunton in 1976, Chris Ewan graduated from the University of Nottingham with a degree in American Studies with a minor in Canadian Literature, and later trained as a lawyer. After 11 years living in the Isle of Man, he returned to Somerset with his wife and two children, where he writes full time.
Borough Librarian Jan Macartney said: ‘Chris has long been a supporter of the library and always attracts very appreciative audiences for his book launches and talks. We’re delighted that once again he’s chosen to come to the Isle of Man and the Henry Bloom Noble Library to launch his sensational new twist-packed thriller, one that will keep the reader gripped from page one.’
Chris Ewan will host his launch of ‘A Window Breaks’ at the Henry Bloom Noble Library, Duke Street Douglas, on Wednesday February 19 at 7pm when he will read extracts from his book critics have hailed as ‘a real rollercoaster of a thriller’ and ‘totally addictive’ and take questions from the audience>
Tickets priced £2.50 (redeemable against a copy of the book) which includes light refreshments are available from the library counter and must be collected in advance.