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Monday 9 July, 2.30pm WEST CORK LITERARY FESTIVAL
Come and meet husband-and-wife crime duo Edward Marston and Judith Cutler who will be comparing writing historical and modern crime fiction in their highly entertaining talk Murder Ancient and Modern, at the West Cork Literary Festival in Bantry, Co Cork, Ireland. For more information about the festival and to book tickets visit the festival website.
Wednesday 11th July, 10.30 am. Come along to hear Julia Stoneham speak about dramatising novels for radio and then sign copies of her own three novels Muddy Boots and Silk Stockings, The Girl at the Farmhouse Gate and Alice’s Girls. Tickets priced £6, for full details, visit www.wayswithwords.co.uk
Saturday 14th July, 10 am – 6 pm, The Cambridge Union
Enjoy a day packed with talks and discussions and a chance to meet your favourite crime authors including Adrian Magson, Rebecca Tope, Nicola Upson, Jim Kelly, Catriona McPherson and more. Hosted by Heffers, the event will take place this year at the Cambridge Union, 9a Bridge Street, Cambridge CB2 1UB. Tickets are priced £10, concessions £7. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book tickets.
Saturday 14 July, 6.15pm – 8.15pm WATERSTONES, HARROW
Come and celebrate with Sangeeta Bhargava as she launches her new book After the Storm, a moving historical love story set in India. Mingle with the author and enjoy some wine and nibbles at Waterstones, 60-62 St. Ann’s Road, Town Centre, Harrow HA1 1JX. For more information call the bookshop on 020 8863 4578.
Monday 16th July, 10.30am CHURCH STRETTON LIBRARY
Acclaimed author of historical sagas, Mary Nichols, will be talking about her work and her latest book, The Girl on the Beach, set in the wake of World War II, at a coffee morning event Church Stretton Library, Church Street, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6DQ. For more information call the library on 01694 722 535.
Monday 16th July 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Another chance to hear acclaimed author of historical sagas, Mary Nichols, who will be talking about her work and her latest book, The Girl on the Beach, set in the wake of World War II, at an afternoon tea event at Pontesbury Library, Bogey Lane, Pontesbury, Shrewsbury SY5 0TD. For more information call the library on 01743 791 171