How To Get Away With Murder!

Posted 25 May 2016 by Clancy Mason in Events

THREE SMASH-HIT BESTSELLING AUTHORS BRING THEIR STORIES TO THE NORTH-WEST

Rachel Abbott returns to her home turf this June to bring the How To Get Away With Murder tour to bookshops and libraries across the North-West.

BBC Radio Manchester’s Becky Want will chair the events and Abbott will be joined by Debbie Howells, the author of 2015’s bestselling crime fiction debut, The Bones of You, currently riding high in the charts in the Richard & Judy Book Club, and the writer behind the hottest debut novel of 2016, Michelle Davies.

Originally from Manchester, Abbott, a self-publishing superstar who has sold over 2 million books in 5 years, is the 14th bestselling author of all time on Amazon’s Kindle, joining a list of some of the best-known authors of this century, including Gone Girl writer Gillian Flynn, and Lee Child.Her most recent novel, Kill Me Again, is set in Manchester.

The How to Get Away With Murder tour will give readers and aspiring writers access to tips on how to write and secure that publishing deal, as well as discover secrets and insight into the life of a bestselling author.

Tour Information:

Tuesday 7th June 2.00pm Penketh Library Honiton Way, Penketh, Warrington, Cheshire WA5 2EY Tickets £3.00. Ask a member of staff for details, buy at any LiveWire Library or call 01925 813939

Tuesday 7th June 7.00pm Heywood Library Stephen Shaw MC Way, Heywood OL10 1LL Tickets £2 (to include refreshments), redeemable against the cost of a signed book. Tickets available from Heywood Library (01706 927260)

Wednesday 8th June 1.30pm Middleton Library Long St, Middleton M24 6DU Special book club event Debbie Howells & Michelle Davies Tickets £2 (to include refreshments), redeemable against the cost of a signed book.

Wednesday 8th June 7.30pm Simply Books 228 Moss Ln, Bramhall, Stockport SK7 1BD Tickets: £5.00 (includes £2.00 towards one of the authors’ books) Reserve a seat: 0161 439 1436 or enquiries@simplybooks.info

Thursday 9th June 2.00pm Ramsbottom Library Carr Street, Ramsbottom BL0 9AE Tickets £3 Book now: 0161 253 5352

Thursday 9th June 6.30pm Waterstones Bolton 34-36 Deansgate, Bolton BL1 1BL Tickets £3.00 redeemable against price of book. Book now in store or call 01204 522588

About the authors:

Rachel Abbott, the UK’s no.1 bestselling independent author, has sold over 2 million copies and is the 14th bestselling author of the last five years on Amazon’s Kindle, joining a list of some of the best-known authors of this century, including Gillian Flynn, and Lee Child. Kill Me Again, Abbott’s latest psychological thriller is set in Manchester, where she was born and raised. She now splits her time between Alderney in the Channel Islands and Italy.

Debbie Howells lives in West Sussex with her family. Having worked as cabin crew and a flying instructor, she spent the last five years running a successful wedding flower business, whilst also writing and self-publishing three novels. The Bones of You was her first novel published by Pan Macmillan.

Michelle Davies spent the formative years as a reporter on a local newspaper in Buckinghamshire and interviewed many relatives of serious victims during that time. The memory of one particular case, the murder of a teenager stabbed as he tried to break up a fight, stayed with her years later because his family felt they weren’t getting any support from the police and tensions ran high throughout the subsequent trial, which Michelle covered.


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Librarians in the North West have pioneered partnership working to encourage new readers into libraries. Time To Read is a partnership of librarians engaged in reader development activity in public library authorities in the North West Region. 22 public library authorities in the region currently support Time To Read.

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