International best-selling crime fiction writer Peter James, who lives in Henfield, will be sharing anecdotes about his life as one of Brighton’s most famous sons over dinner at The Grand on 12th February.
The evening with Peter James is hosted by the Mayor and Mayoress of Brighton, Councillor Brian and Mrs Norah Fitch, and is one of a series of Mayor’s Events that will raise money for local charities.
This year, The Argus Appeal, The Martlets Hospice and BHT are the beneficiaries.
Peter is much in demand as an after dinner speaker around the world, talking to lawyers, policemen and private investigators, and an evening spent with him promises to give new insights into the minds of criminals and the people who catch them.
Peter’s books will be available for purchase and signing.
Tickets are priced at £45 and include dinner and wine.
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