I'm delighted to be one of the participating authors in the new Chichester Book Club

I was flattered and pleased to be invited to be one of the participating authors in a new initiative, the brain child of Chichester author Isabel Ashdown, who has launched an innovative new website called the Chichester Book Club, dedicated to introducing local readers to books and authors in their region.


Chichester is in West Sussex in the south of the UK and features in my thriller In For The Kill.  The beautiful Chichester Harbour is also the location for many of the Inspector Andy Horton crime novels.


Chichester Harbour from Copse Creek Hayling Island (my own name for this little creek)

The Chichester Book Club Autumn selection, as featured on the web site, has a wide selection of books from my own crime novel The Suffocating Sea, the third in the Andy Horton series, to Skeleton Hill by fellow crime writer Peter Lovesey and Isabel's own powerful novel, Glasshopper, set in Portsmouth in 1984 and with a photograph on the cover of Old Portsmouth, Andy Horton's CID patch.


Town Camber at Old Portsmouth looking across to Gunwharf Quays called Oyster Quays in the Andy Horton crime novels 

Other writers joining us are Jane Borodale, Gabrielle Kimm, Alison MacLeod, Bethan Roberts, Jane Rusbridge and Tim Stretton, all authors with a connection to the Chichester region.

You can follow the Chichester Book Club at: http://www.chichesterbookclub.com/  Also on Facebook and Twitter.

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