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Author to promote new book ‘Shot in Southwold’ in coastal town

PUBLISHED: 10:10 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:10 19 May 2017

Suzette Hill during a previous book signing and talk at Southwold Books.

Suzette Hill during a previous book signing and talk at Southwold Books.

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A bestselling author will be talking about her latest whodunnit in Southwold this weekend.

Suzette A Hill, author of A Southwold Mystery, will be at Southwold Books on Saturday, May 20 to promote her new book ‘Shot In Southwold’.

She will be signing copies in store from 3pm – and with no tickets required, a spokesman for the book shop said: “Suzette’s previous Southwold set book ‘A Southwold Mystery’ has been incredibly popular and a bestseller for us.

“We expect ‘Shot In Southwold’ to be an equally important title. Both books are charming and funny, with a bit of murder thrown in. The Southwold setting is an integral part of the books, so appeals to locals and visitors alike.”

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