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Book Launch - Someone Else's Skin by Sarah Hilary

Friday 28th February 2014 6pm - 7:30pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Literary Event, Free Event

Sarah Hilary was working as a bookseller right here at Foyles in Bristol when she wrote what would become Someone Else's Skin, published by Headline on 27 February and tipped as THE crime debut of the year.

Detective Inspector Marnie Rome: dependable; fierce; brilliant at her job; a rising star in the ranks. Everyone knows how Marnie fought to come back from the murder of her parents, but very few know what is going on below the surface. Because Marnie has secrets she won't share with anyone. And she's not alone. Everyone is keeping secrets, some for survival and some, they suspect, to disguise who they really are under their skin.


Mark Billingham called this debut 'stunning' and Helen Dunmore praised its'pace, force and terrific climax'.


Sarah will be signing books and reading from Someone Else's Skin.


This event is free but booking is advised; please email bristolevents@foyles.co.uk or call the shop on 011 7376 3975.

 

Author image © Matthew Andrews

 

 

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