Her best-selling series of crime novels feature fictional professor Ruth Galloway solving mysteries amid north Norfolk’s stunning towns and landscapes. 

And now a new book exploring the locations behind Elly Griffiths' stories will be launched at the Holt Bookshop.

Pam Horrocks, the co-owner of the shop, said she and fellow co-owner Keith Britten, were “very excited” to be hosting the launch at sold-out event on November 9.

She said the launch would also involve a trip to see some of the sites in person. 

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She said: “The bookshop has organised a sold-out vintage bus trip around north Norfolk with Elly, visiting the places that Ruth went in the series – including the cottage that was the inspiration for Ruth’s house on the marsh - and ending up at the Le Strange Arms in Hunstanton for afternoon tea. The perfect Ruth Galloway experience.”

The book “takes the reader through a year in the Norfolk landscape, featuring the fascinating locations that have inspired her series and her writing. 

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“From seascapes to farmlands, wetlands to woodlands, churches to cottages, this beautiful book captures Norfolk in all its glorious variety.”

North Norfolk News: The front cover of the new book, Norfolk: A photographic journey through the land of Ruth GallowayThe front cover of the new book, Norfolk: A photographic journey through the land of Ruth Galloway (Image: Supplied/Justin Minns)

This newspaper has two copies of the book 'Norfolk: A photographic journey through the land of Ruth Galloway' worth £30 to give away in partnership with The Holt Bookshop.

For a chance to win, email sales@holtbookshop.co.uk or write to The Holt Bookshop, Lion House Court, 26a High St, Holt NR25 6BH by October 31 with the answer to this question: What is the name of the famous historical site near Thetford that is featured in Elly’s last Galloway book “The Last Remains”?

Signed copies of the book will also be available to buy at the bookshop.