National Crime Reading Month

Reverend Richard Coles

South-east England (inc. London) & East Anglia

Event Type:Author event
Event Organiser:Wimbledon BookFest & King's Arts
Booking Link:https://www.wimbledonbookfest.org/book/?show=72601AQJVHVKDHQRVMNGTMDJCDMLPKDVS
Other Links: https://kingsarts.org.uk/
Ticket Price:Standard: £22.50 With Book (RRP: £22) : £37.50

Festival Marquee,
King's College School

Entrance is via the Glencairn Road Gate, The Ridgway, SW19 4RA

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Sunday Times bestselling author and all-around national treasure Reverend Richard Coles who co-presented Saturday Live on BBC Radio 4 for 11 years and has won Celebrity Mastermind twice discusses the third book in his Canon Clement Mystery series.

Daniel Clement has suffered a secret humiliation and to recover, takes respite at the monastery where he was a novice. But there are tensions building there, too, as the dark past of novice master Father Paul emerges, and a murder ensues. Meanwhile back at the village of Champton, Daniel is the subject of gossip, his mother Audrey is up to something again, there’s trouble at the dress shop, and the puppies are running riot.


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