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Two Award Winning Authors, Champagne Reception and Three Course Lunch

Portrait photograph of author Mary Loudon

Mary Loudon, Whitbread Judge and broadcaster, will reveal the inspiration behind her latest book, Relative Stranger. This is a riveting account of her personal journey piecing together the last twelve years of her estranged, schizophrenic sister's life. Thought provoking and moving, it will leave no reader unaffected.

'Convincing, gripping and moving. It will deserve to be a triumph'
Jonathon Dimbleby

Portrait photograph of author Jill Dawson

Jill Dawson will talk about her new novel Watch Me Disappear, in which a mother's return to her home town triggers childhood memories of a school friend who went missing at the age of ten. With writing that is beautiful and compelling, Jill has created a story about innocence, experience and the dangerous gap in between. Her previous novel, Fred and Edie, was shortlisted for both Whitbread and Orange prizes.

'It will captivate readers...'
Margaret Forster on
previous novel, Fred and Edie

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