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Famous spy author Anthony Horowitz makes special appearance at Waterstones Bluewater

PUBLISHED: 09:22 16 September 2016 | UPDATED: 09:22 16 September 2016

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The bestselling writer will be signing copies of his latest crime novel

The author of the bestselling teen spy series Alex Rider will be visiting Bluewater Waterstones next month.

Anthony Horowitz will be meeting fans and signing copies of his latest crime novel Magpie Murders on Thursday October 8 at 6:00pm.

Anthony’s Alex Rider series is thought to have sold 19 million copies worldwide and was commissioned by the Conan Doyle Estate and Orion Books to write two new Sherlock Holmes novels.

His latest work Magpie Murders pays homage to Agatha Christie and is a dark take on the vintage crime novel.

Bookseller Emma Nyman says: “I’ve been a fan of Anthony’s books since I was a child, so I am thrilled we have this opportunity to host a signing with him. I have been lucky enough to read a preview copy of Magpie Murders and it is one of the best books I’ve read all year.”

This event is free of charge but fans are advised to arrive early and must have a copy of Magpie Murders in order to meet Anthony. For further information contact Waterstones Bluewater on 01322 624831

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