The Library Coordinator at Narromine Library is presently reading Hate Mail, by Mark Morrie. Mark Morri is the veteran crime editor of the Daily Telegraph. In 2014 Mark won the Kennedy Awards scoop of the year for breaking the arrest of Roger Rogerson for the murder of Jamie Gao, in 2016 he published his first book "Remembering Anita Coby".
This latest book titled "Hate Mail" is an engrossing account of Sydney's notorious crimes. In Kings Cross, Sydney 1998, trainer Brett Boyd arrive home to discover a package in his driveway, it was addressed to his girlfriend, model and escort Simone Farrow, the parcel was a bomb which placed Boyd in Hospital, disfigured, fighting for life. There are a lot of twist and turns in the book with friends turning against friends, faking deaths, leaving the country only to be discovered years later by two Aussie cops.
Become a Member, Membership is free for all residents of the local government areas of Dubbo, Narromine and Warrumbungle. To become a member of the library, proof of name and residential address are required. If you are under 18 years of age you will need the signature of a parent or guardian. Call into your local library with suitable identification and the library staff will be more than happy to complete your membership on the spot.
The Home Library Service isa free delivery service of library resources to people in their homes, retirement villages or nursing homes. The service is available to all residents of the Macquarie Regional Library service and deliveries are made by volunteers or staff. The service can be provided on a permanent or temporary basis, to the aged or frail, carers, people with disabilities, children of housebound people, and residents of nursing homes and retirement villages. Call on 02 6889 1088.
Upcoming Events: Young film makers Boot Camp - Learn how to make your own short film from start to finish. Saturday, November 30 from 9am - 3pm at Narromine Library. Cost $10, book online www.eventbrite.com.au/o/dubbo-filmmakers-17117748299. Book Launch - Bill Stanford. Tuesday, December 3 from 5.30pm -6.30pm. No bookings required.