I am very excited to share with you that my standalone sequel Girl Cop in Trouble is nearing publication! It will be almost 2 years to the day from the release of my debut novel.
PC Sally Gentle is now a fully fledged officer and Girl Cop in Trouble takes Sally on another action packed and emotive journey as she strives to hone her policing skills. But there’s trouble ahead when Sally’s attempts to consolidate her relationship with Alex – and his young son – are hampered after she is accused of crimes against Alex’s former partner.
I hope that this second instalment of Sally’s adventures will have you laughing and crying in equal measures as it chronicles my heroine’s experience of policing and love in the 1990’s. Check out the cover design which this time features some Bath architecture!
Standby for my Kickstarter campaign – details to follow.
Here’s a personal message from Sandy Osborne, following her highly successful launch event at the Bath branch of Waterstones last Wednesday.
I would like to thank everyone who came Wow! thank you to everyone who came to my launch – approximately 180 people came out on a cold January night to support me – I was just overwhelmed!!
I sold a staggering 100+ books and you also generously gave £175 in donations which exceeded all my expectations! The man at Waterstones said it was the most well attended local author launch I have seen in 25 years as a bookseller in Bath”. So thank you! The lucky winner of the meal for two at the Bath Priory was Alan Didymus – a worthy winner and great timing with his 25th Wedding Anniversary coming up!
Here are a few pictures.
Please feel free to forward any photos you have to email@example.com.
I have lots of ideas for Girl Cop II – watch this space!
In the run-up to the official launch of Girl Cop on Wednesday 16th January at the Bath branch of Waterstones, there’s a terrific new display promoting the book by Sandy Osborne.
Girl Cop is set in this historic city and readers familiar with Bath will enjoy spotting familiar sights and scenes within the story.
The book’s official launch is open to members of the public between 6pm and 8pm – no prior invitation is necessary.
As well as signing copies of her new novel, Sandy Osborne will be raising funds for two charities that are very important to her – the Police Dependants’ Trust and St Peter’s Hospice.