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John and Carole Barrowman to visit Waterstones Bluewater

PUBLISHED: 17:06 18 April 2016 | UPDATED: 17:06 18 April 2016

John Barrowman is well known as an actor and writer

John Barrowman is well known as an actor and writer


The TV star and his sister will be promoting their new book

TV star John Barrowman and his sister, best-selling author Carole, will be at Waterstones Bluewater in May to promote their latest book, Conjuror.

The book tells the tale of sixteen-year-old twins Matt and Em Calder, who can bring art to life and travel in time through paintings, and who investigate crimes committed by their own kind, Animare.

Senior bookseller Sara Mortimer says “We’re delighted to have John and Carole back for another event. They are fun characters, and we are expecting a lively signing. This is their first book for young adults; I’m looking forward to reading my own signed copy!”

The pair will be at Waterstones bookshop in the shopping centre’s West Village at 1pm on Saturday, May 7.

This event is free of charge but fans are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. Fans must have a copy of Conjuror in order to meet the authors.

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