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Historical fiction writer Jack Whyte in Surrey

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Meet historical fiction author Jack Whyte when he visits Surrey next week.

Whyte is a beloved Scottish-Canadian novelist of historical fiction, living in Canada since 1967.

The public is invited to  meet Whyte on Wednesday, April 18th, at 7 p.m. at City Centre Library (10350 University Dr.). To register, call 604-598-7426.

Whyte writes about the battles and adventures of historical legends such as King Arthur (in his A Dream of Eagles series) and the Knights Templar (in the Templar Trilogy). Whyte is also a singer, musician, actor, and poet who was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters for his contribution to Canadian popular fiction. He lives in Kelowna.

Surrey Libraries acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts for this program.

 

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