We are excited to be hosting the book launch for ‘Falmouth Lifeboat’ by David Barnicoat and Simon Culliford on Friday 26th May at 2pm.
This new book commemorates and celebrates 150 years of the Falmouth Lifeboat with proceeds from the book going towards the Falmouth RNLI.
Please join us Friday afternoon to meet David, Simon and some of the crew that do so much to help keep us safe.
Debut author Lili Hayward
will be signing copies of her new book
‘The Cat of Yule Cottage’
on Friday 9th December at 2pm
This delightful novel is based in Cornwall and available in paperback £7.99
A young writer moves into a rambling old cottage on the edge of a Cornish village, remarkably similar to Gweek, in an attempt to finish her novel in peace and quiet. Her only companion is the house cat, a beautiful big old tom cat. However, she soon discovers hidden secrets within the house, family feuds, village gossip and a little romance. This is the perfect book to curl up by the fire and read at Christmas!
will be signing copies of his new book
‘Long Weekends: Over 100 New Recipes From My Travels Around Europe ‘
This book accompanies his current BBC TV series
Monday 5th December at 12-1pm
Book Signing with Gavin Knight
‘The Swordfish and the Star: Life on Cornwall’s Most Treacherous Stretch of Coast’
Friday 22nd July 3pm
The Penwith Peninsula in Cornwall is where the land ends. In this new book Gavin Knight takes us right into this huddle of grey roofs at the edge of the sea. He catches the stories of a whole community, but especially those still working this last frontier: the Cornish fishermen. Based on immersive research and rich with the voices of a cast of remarkable characters, this is an eye-opening, dramatic, poignant account of life on this dangerous coast.
Colin Taylor will be signing copies of his new book
‘The Life of a Scilly Sergeant: Adventures of High Tide and Low Crime’
Saturday 16th July at 3pm
Meet Sergeant Colin Taylor. For the past five years Colin has kept the streets of Scilly free from anchor thieves, goldfish abductors and other culprits, some drunken, intent on breaking the law. This bok is the first-hand account of how he did it.
Sergeant Colin Taylor has been in the police force for over twenty years. The past five years he has spent policing the Isles of Scilly, where he lives with his family.