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Felix Francis, son of thriller writer Dick Francis, set to discuss new novel at Jarrold store in Norwich

11:23 28 July 2012

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Bestselling author Felix Francis is heading to Norwich in September to discuss his latest novel.

Mr Francis is the younger son of popular thriller writer Dick Francis and co-wrote his father’s four most recent novels; Dead Heat, Silks, Even Money and Crossfire.

Dick Francis died in February 2010 but his work lives on through his son, with his latest novel, Bloodline, being his second solo effort.

Mr Francis is coming to the Jarrold department store in London Street on Thursday, September 13, to discuss and sign copies of Bloodline - which is a thriller based around the cut-throat world of horse racing.

The event starts at 6.30pm and will cost £5 per person, with tickets available from the Jarrold customer service desk, by calling 01603 660661 or going to www.jarrold.co.uk

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