'Where the Bodies are Buried' with crime novelist Stephen Booth

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Strutt's North Mill Museum

Bridge Foot

Belper

DE56 1YD

United Kingdom

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Talk, Q&A and book signing with crime novelist Stephen Booth.

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Crime novelist Stephen Booth talks about the importance of the Peak District locations in his Cooper and Fry series. A chance for readers to ask questions about those places they recognise from the books and get a copy of the latest Cooper and Fry novels signed by the author.

Stephen Booth is a former newspaper journalist and the author of 18 novels in the best-selling Cooper and Fry series, set in the Peak District. Described by the Sunday Telegraph as "one of our best story tellers", he has won awards on both sides of the Atlantic, and his books are sold all around the world, with translations in 16 languages. His latest title ‘Drowned Lives’ is a standalone novel with a historical theme. Stephen is also a director of Writing East Midlands and runs many courses and workshops for aspiring writers.

Doors open at 2.00 pm when light refreshments will be served, the talk will begin at 2.15 pm .

http://www.stephen-booth.com/

Booking is essential as places are limited, tickets include complimentary light refreshments.

To contact Strutt's North Mill please telephone 01773 880474 (Weds-Sun 11am-4pm)

To contact LoveLit please email lovelitderbyshire@hotmail.com

This is a partnership event run by LoveLit (Arts Derbyshire) http://www.madeinderbyshire.org/members/lovelit-alfreton-derbyshire and The Belper North Mill Trust at Strutt’s North Mill https://www.belpernorthmill.org.uk/

How to find us

We are situated by the River Derwent close to Belper River Gardens at Bridgefoot, Belper.

By Car – Belper is on the A6 between Derby and Matlock. Free Parking is available around the mill.

By Bus – Trent Barton ‘Sixes’ service and the Transpeak bus services run to Belper. The 6.1 between Derby and Bakewell drops you almost at the mill door.

By Train – Belper is served by trains running between Newark, Nottingham, Derby and Matlock. The Station is a short walk (0.4 miles) from the North Mill Museum. From the station, walk down Field Lane towards Bridge Street. From there, turn right and you will see the East Mill. We are located behind it. Derby is well served by the national rail network. East Midlands Trains operate hourly services from Nottingham and Derby along the Derwent Valley Line to Matlock, which includes Belper.

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We welcome all visitors and will do our best to accommodate individuals and groups with accessibility issues. We have WiFi, a wheelchair accessible toilet, drop off point at the entrance to the museum and level, accessible parking with a level accessible entrance. The threshold into the museum is also level and we have a dropped counter at reception.

Due to the building being Grade 1 listed, some areas are less well lit than others. The building’s first floor is level by ramps and dropped kerbs.

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Strutt's North Mill Museum

Bridge Foot

Belper

DE56 1YD

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 1 day before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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