Bestselling crime fiction author Mark Billingham is coming to Broadstairs to launch his latest book and raise money for Oasis Charity
Oasis Domestic Abuse Service has joined forces with BroadstairsLit to host a special event with the novelist.
The event sees the launch of his new book The Last Dance, with the introduction of new lead character DS Miller.
For the past 22 years Mark’s books have featured DI Tom Thorne, clocking up an amazing 21 Sunday Times bestsellers and selling more than 6 million copies worldwide.
His novels have also led to two successful TV series – Thorne by Sky One starring David Morrissey, and In the Dark by the BBC. A third is currently in development based on his 2020 novel Rabbit Hole which was named Crime Book of the Year by the Times.
The In Conversation with BroadstairsLit event will take place on Sunday, June 11 3pm at The Yarrow Hotel in Broadstairs and is being sponsored by Ramsgate based company Spurling Cannon Accountants
Included in the £25 ticket price is a glass of Prosecco and a cream tea.
Following the interview by BroadstairsLit’s Denise Martin-Harker, Mark will sign copies of his new book.
Loukia Michael, head of fundraising at Oasis, said: “It’s wonderful to welcome Mark to Broadstairs, a renowned author at the top of his game. We are so appreciative of his support in raising funds for our work.”
Tickets can be booked online at http://bit.ly/oasis-billingham
Oasis Domestic Abuse Service was founded in 1994 and works across Thanet, Dover, North Kent and Medway to offer refuge accommodation, and ongoing support to families who have suffered domestic abuse. Oasis keeps victims safe, helps them rebuild their lives and supports children and young people in refuge and the wider community.