This evening join novelists Lesley Glaister, Ajay Close, Juliet Conlin and Olga Wojtas in conversation with Sara Sheridan about their latest books starring their rebellious, subversive characters.
Lesley Glaister will be chatting about Blasted Things, her novel set against the aftermath of a tragic love affair on the frontlines of World War One. Ajay Close will be chatting about What We Did in the Dark, her compelling account of writer Catherine Carswell's first troubled marriage. Juliet Conlin will be chatting about Sisters of Berlin, her novel on one woman's search for the truth behind the brutal attack on her free-spirited sister. Olga Wojtas will be chatting about her Miss Blaine's Prefect and the Vampire Menace, the latest in her series of brilliant time-travelling mysteries starring the indomitable Shona McMonagle.
Chair Sara Sheridan is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and childrens' books. Her bestselling cosy crime series of Mirabelle Bevan mysteries are set in the 1950s and see her heroine solve crimes across the world. In 2019 she published the fascinating Where are the Women, a reimagined historical guide to Scotland and the women who deserve their place in our history.
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