As you probably know, The Bookshop have had to close their doors due to the current Lockdown restrictions. In an attempt to keep their very popular events running,
In an attempt to keep their very popular events running, they have decided to take them online, and to that end they are hosting a Zoom Evening with Kate Bradley and David Fennell
‘What I Did’ by Kate Fennell
Kate Bradley currently works as a teacher and has worked for many years managing services for people who are marginalised by society; her work has taken her into prisons, mental health hospitals and alongside the homeless around Brighton, all of which has informed the inspiration behind her debut novel To Keep You Safe and her new suspense thriller What I Did: Lisa is running with her little boy. Lisa thinks she’s safe. Lisa is about to wake up in her worst nightmare. Risking everything to protect her little boy, Lisa knows that in order to survive she will have to fight, but it’s hard to face someone you loved, especially someone you still love, who knows who you really are – and what you are really capable of. Family is everything. What would you do to protect it?
‘The Art of Death’ by David Fennell
David was born and raised in Belfast before leaving for London at the age of eighteen with £50 in one pocket and a dog-eared copy of Stephen King’s The Stand in the other. David has been working in CyberSecurity for fourteen years and is a fierce advocate for information privacy, which is a prominent theme in his work. His debut book The Art of Death is an intensely creepy serial killer thriller where the killer turns his victims into morbid art installations. Detective Inspector Grace Archer is in a race against time to stop the killer before his next ‘art installation is revealed. Procedural suspense meets gruesome thriller, this is a debut you will not want to miss with a killer you won’t forget.
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(Monday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm