Events for 2019

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World Book Day On Friday 8th March we will be at Chapel High School over lunchtime       with the WBD books. Thank you Gemma, looking forward to coming to the   school again!

 

World Book DayOn Friday 15th March we will be at Kettleshulme St James’ Primary School with World Book Day books and plenty more! Our apologies the event from  the 7th March was postponed.

 

 

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Book signing on Saturday 23rd March with local author Michael Shew and his debut psychological crime thriller, Lessons in Lying.  Just call in the shop between 12 midday and 1.30pm. The book is out now at £8.99.

 

 

 

Crime ‘n Dine Friday 12th April 2019

killer in meWe are delighted to welcome the return of Olivia Kiernan with her second novel The Killer in Me. After her hugely successful debut, Too Close to Breathe, Olivia has again produced a slick, Dublin based, dynamic-paced thriller with fierce female protagonist DCS Frankie Sheehan.

‘Mesmerizing ……..  Clever plot. Brilliant characters.’ Lisa Gardner. ‘Disorderly, dangerous and above all, driven. Frankie Sheehan is the kind of true-to-life protagonist I love!’ William Shaw.

 

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William Shaw is one of the great rising talents in UK crime writing. He has been shortlisted for the CWA Historical Dagger and longlisted for the Theakston’s Crime Novel of the Year. William is the author the Breen & Tozer crime series set in sixties London.

As Val McDermid says, ‘If you’re not a fan yet, why not?  ‘A superb storyteller’ Peter May.

 

 

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In June – details not confirmed yet, Sunday Times bestseller Harriet Evans with her latest novel The Garden of Lost and Found, this unputdownable new family epic from the author of The Wildflowers. Harriet writes the most delicious, epic stories from the heart since Maeve Binchy and Kate Morton. Out on the 18th April 2019

Watch this page for further details

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