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Pics from Death on the Marais Launch!

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Last night we celebrated the launch of Death on the Marais – the first book in a brand new crime series, set in rural France in the 1960s, by the already much-acclaimed author Adrian Magson. The soiree was hosted by the the inimitable David Headley (who is also Adrian’s literary agent) at his equally inimitable bookshop Goldsboro Books. And a lovely soiree it was. As if we’d expect anything less.

So without much further ado, here are just a few snaps from the evening…

Two Glass Magson - The star of the night, Adrian Magson, makes sure he is fully replenished for the evening

Two Glass Magson - The star of the night, Adrian Magson, makes sure he is fully replenished for the evening...

Crimefest host Adrian Muller chats to Liz Hatterall (Crimefest's Myles Allfrey's wife)

Crimefest co-host Adrian Muller chats to Liz Hattheral (who, together with husband Myles Allfrey, helps Adrian run Crimefest)

I pose with Adrian Magson and Editor of Shots Magazine, Mike Stotter...before getting my own book signed.

That's me posing with Adrian Magson and Editor of Shots Magazine, Mike Stotter, just before getting my own book signed!

Adrian with freelance editor Christine Hickman who worked with Adrian on past books....our super Sales Executive, Graham Montagu visible on the left and with Chris Simmons of CrimeSquad.com popping up to the right.

Adrian with freelance editor Christine Hickman, who worked with Adrian on past books....plus on the left a glimpse of our super Sales Executive, Graham Montagu and popping up over Adrian's shoulder on the right, Chris Simmons of CrimeSquad.com.

Chiara Prioelli, Publicity & Online Marketing Manager


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