I donated some of my crime novels to Oxfam BookFest

I was at the Oxfam Book Shop in Fareham, Hampshire on Saturday donating a clutch of my crime novels to the charity, doing my small part to help raise money as part of Oxfam's Bookfest. Oxfam Bookfest runs from 3 July to 17 July and last year raised £500,000 for the charity from events held across the UK.

I met some of the volunteer staff and the manager Christine Chapman (right) at the small shop in Fareham, who all made me very welcome.

I signed copies of my crime novels, In Cold Daylight, In For The Kill and the first in the Inspector Andy Horton marine mystery series, the police procedural, Tide of Death.

I was delighted to meet and talk to customers and to see the shop a hub of activity. Thank you Oxfam, Fareham for inviting me and I hope that my small donation helps in some small way.


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