David Blake On Tour

David Blake

David Blake, author of the DCI John Tanner Broadland series is going to be in our area over the next few days to promote the launch of his latest book in the series, Weaver’s Way.  There will be public signings at Roys of Wroxham on Thursday 16th, at Waterstones in Lowestoft on Friday 17th, and at Jarrolds, Norwich on Saturday 18th.  And on Sunday you can catch him in Holt at the Holt Crime Film Festival where he will be interviewed about his choice of film.

You might also catch David at some of the other bookshops he will be visiting, but times are approximate and plans could change.

Here’s his full schedule:

Thursday 16th February 2023

  • 12-3pm Roys of Wroxham, public signing.
  • 4pm approx., City Bookshop Norwich
  • 4.30pm approx. Waterstones Norwich

 

Friday 17th February

  • 9.30am approx. Beccles Bookshop
  • 11.30-1.30 Waterstones Lowestoft, public signing.
  • 2.30pm approx. Southwold Books

 

Saturday 18th February

  • 10am approx. Ketts Books, Wymondham
  • 12-2 Jarrolds, Norwich, public signing.
  • 3pm approx. Jarrolds, Cromer

 

Sunday 19th February

Holt Crime Film Festival

4pm The Venue, Kerridge Way, Holt NR25 6DN 
Interview 4.30-5.30pm then signing, film starts at 6.30pm.
Tickets available from Holt Bookshop, 
01263 715858, email sales@holtbookshop.co.uk

And if you miss David, you should be able to pick up a signed copy of his books at any of the above locations, or order direct from us (signed copies subject to availability).

 
Weavers Way

Weavers' Way

DCI Tanner #9

A convicted psychopath with an early release, a couple found butchered on board their boat, and a twelve-year-old boy, hiding in fear or already lying dead.

Struggling with his new role as a detective chief inspector, John Tanner is warned of a convicted psychopath’s early release. When a couple is found later that day; the man stabbed to death, the woman with her throat cut, he’s forced to assume the convict is responsible. But when the male victim turns out to be heir to a global pharmaceutical company, and his twelve-year-old son is nowhere to be found, he has to start looking closer to the victim’s family, and their sprawling stately ancestral home.

Weavers’ Way by David Blake
ISBN 9781916347984; RRP £8.99

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