An Evening with Abigail Dean and Christie Watson

Wednesday 17th April 2024
18:00 - 19:30 at Waterstones, Cambridge

An Evening with Abigail Dean and Christie Watson

Authors Abigail Dean and Christie Watson will be discussing their new crime thrillers – Day One and Moral Injuries – with Gytha Lodge. Get ready for a thrilling night! With psychological drama and moral complexity, get ready for a thrilling evening!


From bestselling author (and former Thriller of the Month with Girl A) Abigail Dean comes Day One – tense and perfectly crafted psychological drama, as a terrible tragedy hits a peaceful Lake District village sowing chaos and trauma in its wake.Bestselling author (and former Non-Fiction Book of the Month with The Language of Kindness)Christie Watson delivers an arresting, thrilling and morally complex novel of three female medics bound by friendship, fierce ambition and one fatal night they've sworn to forget.


Abigail Dean was born in Manchester, and grew up in the Peak District. She graduated from Cambridge with a Double First in English. Formerly a Waterstones bookseller, she spent five years as a lawyer in London, and took summer 2018 off to work on her debut novel, Girl A, ahead of her thirtieth birthday. Girl A was published in hardback in Janaury 2021 and became an instant Sundaytimes and New York Times bestseller, also topping the charts in Ireland and Australia.


Christie Watsonis Professor of Medical Humanities at UEA and worked as an NHS nurse for over twenty years. She has written five books, including her first novel Tiny Sunbirds Far Away, which won the Costa First Novel Award, and memoir, The Language of Kindness which was a number one Sunday Times bestseller. Christie is a contributor to The Times, Sunday Times, Guardian, Telegraph and TEDx, and her work has been translated into 23 languages and adapted for theatre.

Cambridge Waterstones, Cambridge
Wednesday 17th April 2024
18:00 - 19:30

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