We currently have a fantastic range of signed books:
Rick Stein – The Road to Mexico
John le Carre – A Legacy of Spies (1st editions)
Fern Britton – A Cornish Gift
Matt Haig & Chris Riddell – How to Stop Time (Numbered Limited Edition)
Chris Bonington – Ascent
Jenson Button – Life to the Limit
Matt Lucas – Little Me
Nick Harkaway – Gnomon
Chris Riddell – 100 Hugs
Adam Kay – This is Going to Hurt
Dave Hill – So Here it Is
Alan Bennett – Keeping On Keeping On
Liz Fenwick – The Returning Tide
Alasdair Lindsay – Shorelines
Tom Fletcher – The Christmasaurus Musical edition
Fearne Cotton – Yoga Babies
Santa Montefiore & Simon Sebag Montefiore – The Royal Rabbits of London 2
We also have a lovely selection of signed children’s books:
Christmas in Cornwall – Craig Green
Captured – Craig Green
The Little Sea Dragon’s Wild Adventure – Michael Foreman
Cornish Tales – Michael Foreman
The Mousehole Mice and the Theatre by the Sea – Michelle Cartlidge
The Mermice of Mousehole – Michelle Cartlidge
Sam & the Seagulls – Stephen Warman
James Rabbit and the Giggleberries – Babette Cole
Tinners Hare – Dan Lyons
Rick Stein will be visiting us to sign copies of his new book ‘Escape to Mexico’ on Friday 27th Ocotber at 3pm.
This book will accompany his brand new BBC TV series.
If you’d like to pre-order a signed copy please contact us on 01326 312873 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re very excited to have signed 1st editions of the new George Smiley novel available from the 7th of September 2017. Pre-order your copy now by emailing us at email@example.com or call us on 01326 312873.
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!