DJ Kelly's debut novel recounts the tragic tale of her great grandfather, William Henry Kelly, a shipwright at Harland & Wolff's Belfast shipyard. He is engaged in building the White Star Line's superliner Titanic when Belle, his beloved wife of 30 years, is brutally murdered. Available in paperback and kindle editions via Amazon and all good bookshops. 'Highly recommended' - Belfast Titanic Society
Following the success of volume 1 of Famous and Infamous Residents of Chalfont St Peter, DJ Kelly now presents a 2nd volume, with even more celebrities, war heroes, dissenters, crooks and highwaymen. Available in paperback only from The Chalfont Bookshop, Chalfont St Peter, or via the author. More little local histories to follow.
Since ancient times, the beautiful village of Chalfont St Peter, in the picturesque Misbourne Valley, has attracted people to settle. A surprising number of its residents have been famous and a few have been infamous. This popular little local history book is only available via The Chalfont Bookshop, where is it currently outselling 'Fifty Shades of Grey', or from the author.
Chalfont St Giles & Jordans Literary Festival will host a Writers’ Café and Pop-up Book Shop event at The Reading Room on the High Street, Chalfont St Giles this Saturday morning, 21 May, from 10 am until 1
Buckinghamshire has an astonishing 600 year history of subversion, sedition and espionage. Foreign spies, spy catchers, agents provocateurs, informers, intelligence chiefs, code-breakers, Nazi officers, atomic secrets traitors - this county has seen it all.