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Denise Beddows - Literary Luminaries

Denise Beddows (DJ Kelly) lives in Buckinghamshire  and  has a background in research, investigation and intelligence analysis. Last year she gave a fascinating talk based on her latest book Buckinghamshire Spies and Subversives.   Denise returns to talk on the subject of  The Literary Luminaries of Buckinghamshire and their Secrets

Tuesday 18th September 2018 at 7:30pm

Bourne End Library, Wakeman Rd, Bourne End SL8 5SX

Tickets £5.  Bar available for wine and soft drinks

Book signing will follow the Q&A session

‘The Literary Luminaries of Buckinghamshire and their Secrets’

Which Bucks authors fell out over a fish counter? Which writer was deported to Buckinghamshire during World War One, and which was a notorious Fascist during World War Two? Which author’s wife committed suicide over his adultery, and who was the Gerrards Cross Cowboy?  Come and find out in this intriguing talk by local author Denise Beddows.

Chalfont St Peter based author Denise Beddows has lived, worked and played in 20 countries across several continents but has maintained a home base in Buckinghamshire since 1982. With a background in research, investigation and intelligence analysis, Denise nowadays writes biographical fiction, local history, true crime and screenplays, both under her own name and as DJ Kelly. A member of the Society of Women Writers and Journalists and of the Society of Authors, she has had over 100 articles published in local, national and international press and journals and she reviews books, films and plays for journals, societies and publishers. A volunteer researcher for several history and heritage groups, she regularly gives talks to a variety of community groups. She is married with one grown-up daughter.