Just 20 ‘signed and free badge’ editions of best-selling book Death in Grimsby left

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JUST 20 special signed copies – with free commemorative badge – of best-selling football paperback Death in Grimsby are left.

Sales of the book, which chronicles Albion fan Nic Outterside’s 50 years supporting his beloved home town team Brighton & Hove Albion have exceeded all the author’s expectations.

The book has already made hundreds of sales in Australia, Scotland, Spain, Germany, Wales, Italy, France, Canada and the USA, as well here back at home in England.

Death in Grimsby – 50 Years Following Brighton & Hove Albion is available as a large format paperback priced at £10.49 with FREE UK delivery from Amazon:
www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1095979752/

But special personally signed editions of the book with a free badge are now limited to a final 20 copies and are available at £7.99 plus £2.10 P&P from Ebay at: www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=Death+in+Grimsby&_sacat=0

Early purchasers of the book have included several former Albion players including club legend Peter Ward and the personal support of 1983 FA Cup Final and England hero Gary Stevens.

Nic has also received support for the book from the Albion’s former owner and chairman Dick Knight and current owner and chairman Tony Bloom

Death in Grimsby is a collection of 21 short stories which charts the first 50 years that Nic supported his beloved Albion, starting with his first game at the Goldstone in 1967 and finishing with a match against Wolves at Molineux in April 2017, when his club all but mathematically secured promotion to the promised land of the Premier League.

Author: seagullnic

Writer, editor, lecturer and part-time musician. Passions in life: my family, Bob Dylan, music of many genres, Brighton and Hove Albion FC, cooking plus good food and wine.

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