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Together We Read interview with Denzil Meyrick

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In today's episode, Adam speaks with Scottish author Denzil Meyrick. Denzil's book, Whisky From Small Glasses was selected as our Together We Read Digital Book Club choice for our U.K. libraries. Together We Read is a Digital Book Club being featured through participating libraries in the United Kingdom from 11 – 25 May 2017. The club connects readers all across the United Kingdom with the same eBook, at the same time.

Denzil discusses how he went from being on the police force to writing crime novels as well as the importance of setting in his books, why you need to visit Scotland and so much more.

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