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BLACKWELL’S OXFORD PRESENTS: Licensed to Thrill : Novelists Lucy Atkins, Clare Mackintosh and Renee Knight discuss writing psychological suspense
Friday, September 11th at 19:30 – 20:30
Joining us for a discussion based around the psychological thriller genre will be authors Lucy Atkins, Clare Mackintosh and Renee Knight.Lucy is an award winning journalist and author. Her latest novel ‘The Other Child’ follows 2014’s ‘The Missing One’.Buy the bookClare is an author, feature writer and columnist. Her debut novel ‘I let you go’ was published by Little, Brown this year. She is currently writing her second book.Buy the bookRenee is the author of last year’s brilliant, ‘Disclaimer’.Buy the bookThe evenings talk will be chaired by award winning radio presenter and thriller writer, David Prever.Tickets cost £3 and wine will be available to purchase on the evening. Tel: 01865 333623 firstname.lastname@example.org
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And Tomorrow it’s Philip’s Book Launch:
BLACKWELL’S OXFORD PRESENTS: Book Launch Celebration- Destiny’s Rebel by Philip S Davies
Saturday, September 12th at 16:00 – 19:00
We are delighted to be hosting the book launch for ‘Destiny’s Rebel’ by Philip S Davies on Saturday 12th September in the bookshop.
Join us on the ground floor near the Children’s department where we will be celebrating the publication of ‘Destiny’s Rebel’, the debut novel in this exciting new fantasy young adult fiction series. You will have the opportunity to meet Philip and to purchase a special signed copy of the book.
Pre-order the book.
This event is free to attend and everyone is welcome! For any enquiries please call 01865 333623 or email email@example.com
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