And Doire Press
Invite you to the launch of
Gerry Galvin’s debut crime novel
Killer à la Carte
Saturday 29th October, 1pm, Galway Arts Centre
About the Book:
Killer à la Carte introduces us to James Livingstone Gall, a respected restaurant critic, creative chef and serial killer, matched in evil by Claudia Catalano heiress to a hotel empire. We wine and dine with them and watch as they kill with ease and impunity. This book from Gerry Galvin, first class chef, restaurateur and poet, is one long captivating prose poem.
“With Killer à la Carte, Gerry Galvin has created a winning recipe that places him in the top ranks of Irish crime fiction.”
Pat Mullan, International Thriller Writers Inc. (Ireland), author of Creatures of Habit
“Smashing stuff ... funny and smart.”
John McKenna, author and publisher of The Bridgestone Guides
About the Author:
Gerry Galvin lives in Oughterard, Co. Galway. He is a chef and former restaurateur, author of two cookbooks, The Drimcong Food Affair (McDonald Publishing, 1992) and Everyday Gourmet (The O’Brien Press, 1997). He is also a columnist for Organic Matters magazine. No Recipe, his debut collection of poetry, was published by Doire Press in 2010.