Due to unforeseen events, we have to cancel this activity. Thank you for understanding.
Following the launch of his second novel, An Absolute Secret, local author Nicholas Kinsey will stop by the Morrin Centre to give a talk followed by a book signing at 7:00 PM on January 25th.
Inspired by the true story of how the secret memorandum of the first Quebec Conference in 1943 was leaked, his novel tells the story of how a British intelligence officer in Stockholm discovered the rough drafts and secret memorandum in the hands of a German spy. Who leaked the documents? How did those documents get into the hands of a German spy ?
Nicholas Kinsey is a Canadian of English origin, born in Ontario and raised in England. With a scientific background (B.Sc. Physics from Yale University, Masters degree in Chemistry from Université du Québec/INRS-EAU), he began working in the film industry as a cameraman. He has been a successful scriptwriter and director of feature films and television drama over a long career. His director credits include: Tree Line (2012), Killing Ruth – the Snuff Dialogues (2011), Leathal Acidents (2011), Short Change (1989), Women Without Wings (2002) and Cottage in America (2013). As a screenwriter Kinsey has written some 20 feature and television drama screenplays and has published two historical novels: “Playing Rudolf Hess” and “An Absolute Secret”. See his blog at www.nicholaskinsey.com.
Do not miss this year’s first ImagiNation event!