Are you in a book group or just love reading? Join us for Readers’ Sunday, a chance to get to know three terrifically entertaining writers in the company of local readers.
Sophie Hannah is a bestselling crime novelist with a gift for great characters and fiendish plots. Her latest novel, The Monogram Murders, is something special – the first Hercule Poirot novel for forty years, authorised by Agatha Christie Estate and a diabolically clever puzzle for anyone who loves classic crime.
Jenn Ashworth’s first novel, A Kind of Intimacy, was a brilliant portrait of obsession. Her latest novel, The Friday Gospels, is a revealing account of the Mormon community in Lancashire.
Jonathan Taylor’s book, Take Me Home, was a moving account of his father’s experience of Parkinson’s disease. His other books – including novels and short stories – are equally compelling.
Readers’ Sunday will include presentations by all three writers and in-conversation sessions looking at all aspects of writing. Signed copies of the writers’ books will be on sale during the day. The price includes light lunch and refreshments.
Part of Northern Accent, a new series of literature events across Yorkshire’s Small Venues Network.