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Another Rugby League novel on the way.

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#1 Geoff Lee

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:42 PM

Having now written four novels (One Winter, One Spring, One Summer and One Autumn) all with a strong Rugby League background, I am now pleased to announce that, except for the last page, I have now completed the fifth.

It is set in 2002 and 2003 and includes such chapter titles as "Sam Was A Good Yorkshireman" "Taking Afternoon Tea at Bailiff Bridge", "Listening to Stevo and Eddie", "What's Up With Elvis", "Meeting Eddie Waring", "A Day Out In Wigan", "A Tale From Knowsley Road" and "She's a Jehovah's Widnes"
It will be published early next year but for anyone wanting a present for Christmas this year, I will be doing a few book signing sessions around the area during next week all from 11 onwards..

Leeds Waterstones Monday 19th November
Bradford Waterstones Thursday 22nd November
Huddersfield Waterstones Friday 23rd November
WH Smith Wakefield Saturday 24th November.

For those who prefer it, my first novel "One Winter" which is set during one of the worst winters in living memory and "One Autumn" are now available on kindle.

www.geofflee.net for news of my novels, One Winter, One Spring, One Summer, One Autumn and Two Seasons. All are written against a strong Rugby League background, set in South Lancashire and inspired by the old saying about work: "They could write a book about this place. It would be a best seller".


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