The Grass Trail Book Launch

The Cells, The Island, Bridewell Street, Bristol, BS1 2LE

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Tuesday 18 July 2017
6 - 8 pm
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You are invited to join AA. Abbott for the launch of her fifth thriller novel The Grass Trail in the basement cells of the old Bridewell police station, The Island, in central Bristol (please use the Bridewell St entrance).

Shaun Halloran wouldn’t be in prison if Kat White hadn’t taken his gun. Pictures of the stunning blonde are plastered all over his cell. As soon as he can escape, she’s dead. But with his criminal empire crumbling, who can he trust?

Kat, panicked by poison pen letters, has nowhere to turn. Her parents are dead and her brother’s ill. Even her sexy new business partner may not be what he seems. When she receives life-changing news, vodka is the only answer…

A tense crime thriller with plenty of twists, The Grass Trail races through Birmingham, London and the former Soviet Union – tempting you to turn each page.

The evening:

6pm Arrival and welcome drinks in the cells of the old Police Station

6.30pm AA. Abbott launches The Grass Trail. Hear specially selected extracts from the thriller novel itself.

6.50pm-8pm Informal networking and drinks


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