July News from RedDoor Readers
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RedDoor Readers

RedDoor Publishing's monthly newsletter

We've been busy this month planning the RedDoor Annual Book Party! It's set to be a fun celebration of all the books published by RedDoor in 2015. Come along and meet the authors, network with like-minded readers, writers and publishers, and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and canapes - as well as the infamous RedDoor party soundtrack!

Save the date - 8th October at the beautiful Brighton Music Hall. Book your tickets from here!

Don't forget - you can keep up with all our latest news on our website. Happy reading!

The latest from RedDoor

One of our brilliant authors, Martin Granger (Oceans on Fire, Manila Harbour) had a very successful book signing at Wimbledon Books recently! If you missed it, you can catch him at Wimbledon Bookfest on October 10th.

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Forthcoming Titles

We're excited to announce two new signings this month!

Firstly, a beautiful photographic natural history book, Black and White: In the Wild, investigates why some animals are black and white - a great pick for nature lovers.

Next up is The Inheritance Powder by Brighton-based author Hilary Standing. This thrilling novel follows Dr Carl Simonovsky, 
an economist and amateur trillium grower sent to Bangladesh by an international agency to deal with a mass arsenic poisoning problem. He soon realises he is out of his depth as he hears of corruption scandals against the agency that has hired him - and after a series of suspicious events, he attempts to find out the truth.

Both books will be available to pre-order very soon - keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter to find out more!

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