The Last of the Shark Hunters and other yarns at Girvan Library

The Last of the Shark Hunters and other yarns at Girvan Library

Wednesday 15 November 2023
2 to 3pm
Adults
Free
Girvan Library, Montgomerie Street, Girvan KA26 9HE

The Last of the Shark Hunters and other yarns at Girvan Library is a Book Week Scotland event.

Local author Howard McCrindle will discuss his popular book The Last Shark Hunter and Other Yarns, looking at his memories as a West Coast shark fisherman and his traditional fishing techniques, which led to him becoming the most controversial fisherman in the United Kingdom. 

Howard will also elaborate on his much anticipated second publication, an event not to be missed!

Free event but booking required Telephone: 01465 712 813

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