Monday, March 11, 2013

Matt Baylis reads from Death at the Palace

Tuesday April 2nd 7.00-8.30pm
Matt Baylis reads from & discusses his brilliant Wood Green Crime Novel

Death at the Palace by Matt Baylis is the first of a new crime series featuring Rex Tracey, a (very) local newspaper reporter. 

Rex is still coming to terms with the end of his relationship with his Lithuanian girlfriend Milda when a series of  assaults on young women take place in Alexandra Palace. He's got other concerns, not least an anti-immigration group run by Keith Powell spreading hate across his beloved Haringey.  And when Rex becomes a suspect of the assaults, he's forced to search for answers himself.

Amongst the tea-houses and squats, the yam shops and tower blocks of this little-glimpsed, forever-changing part of London, Rex unearths a trail of secrets and falsehoods, from corrupt police to illegal factories.

This is a fabulous page turner, that'll keep you guessing until the last page. It centres around Wood Green and Matt has really captured the spirit and atmosphere of the area.
This is a book we're really going to get behind and we hope that you support it too.

This is Matt's third novel (he's also written Stranger than Fulham and The Last Ealing Comedy) and we're really delighted that he'll be here to read from and talk about the book and answer any questions you may have.
The book is available in store at just £6.99.
This is a FREE event and refreshments will be available. Please let us know if you're going to attend so we can put you on the list.

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