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A.A. Abbott: The Bride's Trail

Monday 20th July 2015 6pm - 8pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Literary Event, Free Event

Join local author A.A. Abbott for the launch of her latest crime thriller The Bride's Trail.

When glamorous blonde croupier Kat vanishes, her young flatmate, Amy, is frantic. The police seem uninterested – even when Amy tells them Kat stole her identity to marry an illegal immigrant for money. How many men has Kat married? Why is a sinister knifeman looking for her? And just what has happened to Kat?

AA Abbott, also known as Helen Blenkinsop, lives in Clifton, Bristol. She has already written two crime thrillers, Up In Smoke and After The Interview, described by readers as ‘racy and pacy’ and ‘a gripping read.’ Helen belongs to the Bristol Fiction Writers’ Group and has also contributed short stories to their anthologies, A Dark Imagined Bristol and the forthcoming A Hint of Crime.

Helen will give a short reading from the book, and will be signing copies after the event.

Tickets: This event is free but booking is recommended, please email bristolevents@foyles.co.uk to reserve your place(s).

 

 

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