Evening Meeting - Speaker, Steph Broadribb, Author

Thu, Oct 4th 2018 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Trial Evening Meeting- Location The Holiday Inn CMK

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Steph Broadrigg otherwise known as the crime thriller girl.

Her first novel –Deep Down Dead was shortlisted for the ITW Best First Novel, the eDunnit eBook of the Year award, the Dead Good Reader Award for Fearless Female Character, and Dead Good Reader Award for Most Exceptional Debut. Her second book in the Lori Anderson series – Deep Blue Trouble – came out in January 2018, with the third Deep Dirty Truth is due to be published in ebook this autumn and paperback in January 2019. She recently could have been heard in an interview on Woman’s Hour on Radio Four.

She was born in Birmingham and grew up in Buckinghamshire, and most of her working life has been spent between the UK and USA. She currently lives in Buckinghamshire surrounded by horses and is trying to wrangle an unruly but adorable puppy!

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Local workers starting to survey the drainage route

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