Book Event: Ross Murray ‘A Hole in the Ground’

Book Event: Ross Murray ‘A Hole in the Ground’

hole_ground_coverPlace: Livres Trois Canons

Date: Wednesday, 16 November, 2016

Time: 7.15pm (doors open from 6.30pm)

Ross Murray, one of the province’s funniest people (his words, but we concur) will be reading excerpts from his new novel – A Hole in the Ground.

Ross is a CBC Radio and Life in Québec Magazine columnist (and a load of other things too).

This is Ross’ third book.

If you’re lucky (and we genuinely think you are), Ross will also sign copies of his tome for you to take home and keep forever and ever.

Come and see Ross and hear what he has to say about his novel and a whole bunch of other things besides.

Although you don’t have to (but it would give us an idea of numbers) please could you confirm your attendance by contacting us via the details below or via the Facebook event page.

Ross Murray A Hole in the Ground Facebook Event Page


Tel: 418-204-4325

About A Hole in the Ground

It’s 1998, and the Town of Beaverly is home to Canada’s deepest but least exploited sinkhole.
For years, Mayor Conrad Lemon’s efforts to transform it into a tourist attraction have been unsuccessful, as have most of his plans to put Beaverly on the map.

When an emergency thrusts Beaverly in the spotlight, Mayor Lemon is determined to make the most of it… no matter what. At his side (against her will) is Jemima MacNaught, assistant editor of The Beaverly Modicum, who finds herself forced to choose between loyalty to her profession and her town, though she’s not sure she wants to stick with either.

With A Hole in the Ground, longtime Québec humor columnist and broadcaster Ross Murray has written a novel that’s a tribute to small towns, small newspapers and the people who keep them running, through holes and high water.

About Ross Murray

Ross Murray is an award-winning humorist and radio contributor and the author of two books ‘You’re Not Going to Eat That, Are You?’ and ‘Don’t Everyone Jump at Once’.

Raised in Nova Scotia, Ross has lived in the Eastern Townships of Quebec since the early 1990’s with his wife Debbie, four children and far too many pets.

After all this time, Ross feels comfortable calling himself a Townshipper; his neighbours call him something else.

You can read some of his columns here Ross Murray columns

Categories: Nouvelles

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Livres Trois Canons

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