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Bestselling crime author Martina Cole to sign new book at Bexleyheath WHSmith

PUBLISHED: 13:59 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 14:51 19 September 2017

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She will be signing copies this week

Renowned crime author Martina Cole is coming to Bexleyheath this week to sign copies of her new book.

The Sunday Times No.1 bestseller’s new book, Damaged, brings back the character of inspector Kate Burrows, who previously appeared in The Ladykiller, Broken and Hard Girls.

Ahead of her visit to WHSmith on Friday, Ms Cole said: “My new book ‘Damaged’ sees DCI Kate Burrows dragged out of retirement to help catch a serial killer, I hope it will have readers hooked from the first page. I always love book signings as I get a chance to talk about the storyline and I’m really looking forward to seeing everyone again at the Broadway Shopping Centre.”

Rob Boden, manager at WHSmith said: “We can’t wait to have Martina Cole back for another signing. Her brand-new blockbuster ‘Damaged’ is destined to be another best seller.”

The signing will take place from 12.30pm to 1.30pm on Friday September 22. at WHSmith Bexleyheath.

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