Do not miss this year’s first ImagiNation event!
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 in Stockholm?
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.
25 January 2018 / 19h00
For more information or to register : http://www.morrin.org/en/events/imagination-series-an-absolute-secret-with-nicholas-kinsey/