Alan Parks worked in the music industry for over 20 years before turning his hand to writing tartan noir. His novels, which all include a month in the title, are set in 1970s Glasgow and feature 'rather bent copper' Harry McCoy.
Come along to Bellshill Cultural Centre to hear Alan tell us all about his latest Harry McCoy novel, To die in June. This is an intriguing story of a missing boy of whom no record can be found, the Church of Christ's Suffering, poisonings of homeless men across the city and corruption in the station.
Bellshill Cultural Centre
There is a small car park is located at the left side of the building, off John Street. There are 2 Blue Badge parking bay(s) within the car park. The route from the car park to the entrance is accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance. Assistance may be required because there are slopes/ramps. There is not a road to cross between the car park and the entrance. There is a further public car park across the road from the library. There is level access into the venue at the main entrance. The main doors open automatically and are double doors. There is an accessible toilet.