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October 24th 2014

Author Name: Alison Weir

Event Name: Harrogate History Festival

Date/Time:
October 24th 15.30
Duration:
Venue:
The Old Swan Hotel
Address:
Swan Road Harrogate HG1 2SR
Description:
Talk with Sarah Gristwood
Type:
Author Talk / Signing
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October 24th 2014

Kingmaker: Winter Pilgrims

Author Name: Toby Clements

Event Name: Toby Clements at Harrogate History Festival

Date/Time:
October 24th 12.00
Duration:
Venue:
Harrogate Historical Fiction Festival
Address:
The Old Swan Hotel Harrogate
Description:
Some eras of history are hidden, and each new novel opens doors into worlds we barely know. But there are times when writers embrace the challenges of writing men and women whose fates are bywords and warnings; we think we know the truth, but always there is a twist, something new, that makes sense of things in ways we could never expect. Still, if we know they’re going to die in the end, what is it that keeps us reading right to the last page?

Four exceptional authors of books nobody could ever put down bring us their individual approaches. How do these authors write of such iconic executions and deaths, often gloriously bloody, yet give them the power to be utterly unexpected when they happen? James Aitcheson, Toby Clements, Michael Ridpath and Robert Wilton will disclose how they give their characters the power to enthrall us entirely, with chair Robert Goddard.
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October 24th 2014

Knights of the Hawk

Author Name: James Aitcheson

Event Name: James Aitcheson at Harrogate History Festival

Date/Time:
October 24th 12.00
Duration:
Venue:
Harrogate Historical Fiction Festival
Address:
The Old Swan Hotel Harrogate
Description:
Some eras of history are hidden, and each new novel opens doors into worlds we barely know. But there are times when writers embrace the challenges of writing men and women whose fates are bywords and warnings; we think we know the truth, but always there is a twist, something new, that makes sense of things in ways we could never expect. Still, if we know they’re going to die in the end, what is it that keeps us reading right to the last page?

Four exceptional authors of books nobody could ever put down bring us their individual approaches. How do these authors write of such iconic executions and deaths, often gloriously bloody, yet give them the power to be utterly unexpected when they happen? James Aitcheson, Toby Clements, Michael Ridpath and Robert Wilton will disclose how they give their characters the power to enthrall us entirely, with chair Robert Goddard.
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October 24th 2014

The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy

Author Name: Rachel Joyce

Event Name: Rachel Joyce at Topping & Co Ely

Date/Time:
October 24th 19.30
Duration:
Venue:
St Peter's Church
Address:
Broad Street Ely CB7 4AH
Description:
Rachel Joyce’s debut novel, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, was one of the huge bestsellers of 2012. Join her at Topping & Co, Ely to discuss and sign copies of her new book.
Type:
Author Talk / Signing
Ticketing Details:
£6 before the day
£7 on the day
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October 24th 2014

Proud: My Autobiography

Author Name: Gareth Thomas

Event Name: Gareth Thomas Books Signing

Date/Time:
October 24th 13:00
Duration:
Venue:
Waterstones (London Wall)
Address:
54-55 London Wall London EC2M 5RA
Description:
Gareth Thomas will be signing copies of his autobiography, Proud at Waterstones London Wall.
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Author Signing
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