Ann Widdecombe to talk at Ottery Library

PUBLISHED: 10:17 10 February 2018

Former MP Ann Widdecombe was guest speaker for the Union of Catholic Mothers at Exmouth Holy Ghost Church on Thusday, July 17. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 9064-29-14AW.

Former MP Ann Widdecombe was guest speaker for the Union of Catholic Mothers at Exmouth Holy Ghost Church on Thusday, July 17. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref shs 9064-29-14AW.

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Murder and intrigue will be on the cards when Ann Widdecombe visits Ottery Library to talk about her latest book.

The former government minister and TV star will visit the library on July 12 to give a talk and sign copies of her latest novel The Dancing Detective.

The best-selling author has published four books and is currently working on her fifth, called An Act of Brotherhood.

The Dancing Detective follows the events of a murder backstage at a popular television dance competition and no judge or contestant is above suspicion.

As events escalate and fears the murderer might strike again, there is a race against time to discover ‘whodunit’.

Tickets will be on sale from the beginning of February from Ottery Library and Ottery Information Centre and cost £7.

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