Ex Derbyshire cricketer, Peter Gibbs, will be with us from 10.30 am to sign his excellent novel, Settling the Score.
It's that rarity, a fictional cricket book.
It is authentic to the feel of the great game and to its characters yet packs in the conflicts, tensions, excitement and humour of a full season into a three day county match.
An ideal Christmas present for any cricket fan and it's only £7.99.
(Reviewed on the blog 15th August)
James Aitcheson will be here to sign the sequel to his big hit Sworn Sword.
Called The Splintered Kingdom, it continues the story of the Norman invasion of 1066 but tells it from the Norman point of view.
Here the Welsh, English, Viking and Norman armies are all involved.
Sworn Sword received high praise and many of our customers have been asking for the sequel.
It's a £12.99 hardback
Here we have a local author (from Stow-on-the-Wold) with a most unusual book.
Called Orphan Train it is another rarity, a Western, for there are few published nowadays.
It's explosive from the start (the 19th word is dynamite) and, though I'm not a particular fan of the genre, I found myself hooked by the pacy narrative.
It's a big paperback at only £9.99
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first Agatha Raisin book, we are pleased and honoured to host the launch of MC Beaton's latest book Agatha Raisin: Hiss and Hers
You'll need to get here early for this is a hugely popular author, world wide, and we are very lucky to have her with us.
It's a hardback at £14.99