Stockbroker, footballer and rockstar turned novelist, Jo Nesbo is not your average crime writer. His series of thrillers featuring troubled detective Harry Hole has topped bestseller lists across Europe and sold over 14 million copies worldwide, and in 2010 The Snowman took the UK by storm, spending more than three months on the Sunday Times bestseller list. Now The Bat, the highly acclaimed book that launched the series, is appearing in English for the first time, and Jo will mark its release at Foyles with his exclusive London signing. PLUS - For the chance to WIN a complete set of Jo's books published by Random House, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place in the queue and you will be automatically entered. The winner will be announced at 12.30 pm, immediately before the signing begins.*
Venue: Foyles, Ground Floor, 113 - 119 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EBTickets: Tickets: Free, however if you would like the chance to WIN a complete set of Jo's books published by Random House, simply email email@example.com to reserve your place in the queue and you will be automatically entered.*
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