David is coming to Urmston Bookshop on Saturday 8th April at 2pm for a question and answer session and to sign copies of his book Shades of Blue.
Shades of Blue tells the story of David’s extraordinary life: his passion for football, the drama of his games and his fight to outrun the shadow of the devastating abuse he suffered by his former coach. Having spent years feeling that he had to conceal his secret in order to protect his father and his football career, it is only now that David has felt able to give a full and honest account of his life.
This event is free, contact us at Urmston Bookshop if you need any further information.
Why not treat your mum to a book for Mother’s Day…
There is still time to order in her favourite author – or come and browse our large selection here in the shop.
We have a range of beautiful luxury gifts…
…which are as special and unique as she is!
You can even choose her a pretty, funny, traditional or quirky card while you’re here too…
Manchester author, Tommy Rhattigan will be at Urmston Bookshop on Saturday 11th March at 4pm.
Tommy will talk about his book – 1963 A Slice of Bread and Jam, which is about a year in his life as a child in Manchester’s Hulme. He will also be signing copies.
Tickets are free but booking is essential.
Tel: 0161 747 7442 email: email@example.com
We are showing 5 Fingers the original Hollywood classic, based on the memoirs of a real-life spy.
Tuesday 28th February at 7pm
Tickets cost £7.00, this includes popcorn, and an ice cream at the interval.
Book your tickets now by calling in, phoning 0161 747 7442 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Urmston Bookshop is delighted to announce that the critically acclaimed crime thriller writer Sarah Ward is coming to the bookshop on Thursday 2nd February.
Her brand new title A Deadly Thaw – ‘a rivetingly suspenseful mystery’ – is the second in the DI Francis Saddler series, set in the depths of darkest Derbyshire. A man whose killer—his wife—was convicted 15 years ago is discovered recently murdered and the team must discover why his wife lied about her guilt all those years ago – and who was the person she actually killed?
Sarah’s first book In Bitter Chill was named as one of the Guardian‘s best crime novels, calling it ‘a genuinely intriguing Chinese puzzle box of a mystery’. The Yorkshire Post describes Sarah as ‘perceptive and observant’ and a ‘natural born crime writer’.
Sarah will join us at the bookshop on Thursday 2nd February at 7pm.
Tickets cost £3.00; this includes a glass of wine and is redeemable against the purchase of a book on the evening.
To book your tickets call: 0161 747 7442, email: email@example.com or call in to the shop.