CREDITON Bookshop "The Bookery" will present an evening with an internationally bestselling writer on Thursday, April 13.

Alice Feeney, author of "Sometimes I Lie", will discuss her new thriller "Daisy Darker", her fifth novel.

Alice is a "New York Times" million-copy bestselling author whose books have been translated into more than 25 languages and have been optioned for major screen adaptations.

Her novel "Rock Paper Scissors" is being made into a TV series by the producer of "The Crown".

Alice will discuss her new thriller, a gripping tale of psychological suspense and murder based in Cornwall, with echoes of Agatha Christie’s "And Then There Were None".

Isolated on their private island in Cornwall, the Darker family are united for the first time in more than a decade for Daisy’s grandmother’s 80th birthday celebrations.

Seaglass, the Darker’s ancestral home, is a crumbling Cornish house perched upon its own tiny private island.

When the tide comes in, they’ll be cut off from the rest of the world for eight hours. When the tide goes back out, nothing will ever be the same again. Nothing – because one of the family is a killer...

A world-renowned author, Alice was a BBC journalist for 15 years and lives with her family in Devon. 

The event will begin at The Bookery at 7pm and after her talk she will take questions from the audience.

Admission vouchers are £3, redeemable against a book purchase.

The Bookery thinks this is a great book group book, so it is inviting book group members to take along a friend for free!

To book vouchers for the event, call into the shop at 21 High Street, Crediton, EX17 3AH, telephone 01363 774740, or visit: .