Ex News writer signs second book in Victoria

Pat Blennerhasset comes to Victoria to sign Random Acts of Vandalism

Pat Blennerhassett

Four lives clash in the second gritty book by ex-Victorian, Pat Blennerhassett.

The former Victoria News journalist and columnist will be at the Penny Farthing Pub on Oak Bay Avenue on Saturday (Nov. 26) to sign his novel, Random Acts of Vandalism.

The story looks at the lives of a novelist, a journalist, an academic and an addict, which spiral together.

The book signing and launch happen from 1 to 3 p.m.

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