A DROITWICH author will be signing copies of her latest book at the Button Tree Cafe, Tagwell Road, between 10am and 11.30am on Wednesday, March 4.
Keeley Webb’s second novel – the psychological thriller Whispers in the Wine Cellar – was released on February 1.
It centres on a florist-turned serial killer who uses his job to select his victims and the cellar provides the venue for his dastardly deeds.
Keeley, who moved to Droitwich 32 years ago when she was eight, said: “I have always had an interest in serial killers and when I started this one I was going to write it all from his point of view but then as it developed each character had their own chapter.
“It hasn’t been out long but I’ve already had some really nice comments about it.”
Keeley’s first book, a paranormal suspense novel Death Made Me, was released in has received an average of 4.6 out of 5 on Amazon from 40 reviews.
Keeley, who attended Chawson First School, Witton Middle School and Droitwich Spa High School, wrote that book in 2016 and it was released a year later.
“My grandmother had a stroke and we all hoped she would pull through and be rehabilitated but it was not to be.
“I needed something to channel my energy into so started writing the book which all stemmed from a weird dream.
“When I finished it I thought I might as well try and get it published and it went from there.”
People can take their books along to have them signed and do not have to buy them on the day.
Whispers in the Wine Cellar is available at amazon.co.uk for £8.99 (paperback) and also on Kindle.