Harriet (Prue) Steel donates royalties from her latest book ‘Trouble in Nuala’ to Kids for Kids

Looking for a good read?   We are delighted to tell you that Surrey author and long-time Kids for Kids supporter, Harriet (Prue) Steel, is donating the royalties from sales of her latest book to help children in Darfur, right up to Christmas. Set on the exotic island of Ceylon in the 1930s, Trouble in Nuala is an entertaining (!) murder mystery, spiced with humour and a colourful cast of characters. It’s the perfect way to take a break from preparing for the festivities or to buy as a stocking filler.

When Inspector Shanti de Silva moves with his English wife, Jane, to a new post in the sleepy hill town of Nuala, he anticipates a more restful life than police work in the big city entails. However an arrogant plantation owner with a lonely wife, a crusading lawyer, and a death in suspicious circumstances present him with a riddle that he will need all his experience to solve.  Thank you Harriet for such a wonderful way for us to donate to Kids for Kids and to enjoy ourselves too!  Great Christmas gift.

Available in paperback (£5.99) at Bartons Books, Leatherhead or from Amazon; alternatively as an e-book on Kindle (£2.29) viewBook.at/Nuala.