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Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Book signing for Sudden Vengeance

Today, I'm signing my books at The Book Shop, High Street, Lee on the Solent, Hampshire, England.
Between 12 noon and 2pm.
So if you're in the vicinity, please drop in!

The books I'm signing are Sudden Vengeance, Spanish Eye and Blood of the Dragon Trees.

Sudden Vengeance is a crime novel set in the Hampshire south coast town of Alverbank and is about a vigilante; Spanish Eye covers 22 cases of half-English, half-Spanish private eye Leon Cazador, 'in his own words'; Blood of the Dragon Trees is a romantic thriller set in Tenerife, involving trade in human trafficking and endangered species.

Joining me will be Jane Bwye, fellow Crooked Cat Publishing author of Breath of Africa, which is a romantic mystery set in 1950s-1960s Kenya. 
The proprietor of the Book Shop is Rick Barter, who became proprietor of in November 2004. He is originally from America. He grew up in New York City, although his family is from Maine. He has degrees from Tufts University in Massachusetts, The Sorbonne in Paris, and The University of Wales in Aberystwyth.

After a brief spell in retail sales (at Alexanders and Bloomingdales department stores in New York City), Rick began a 20-year career as an international educator and librarian, working at schools in New York, Austria, Spain, Lebanon, and the UK. In addition to articles in the professional journals, he has contributed to two books about multiculturalism and multilingualism. In addition to reading (!), Rick's interests include travel, architecture and design, and the performing arts. He speaks good French, decent German, laughable Spanish, and a smattering of Arabic. He divides his time between Lee-on-the-Solent and London.


cromercrox said...

Hope it all goes well!

Nik said...

Thanks! It went reasonably well. Rick Barter was a generous host, the weather was very kind, and a good number of books were signed and sold.

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