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An Evening with Rosamund Lupton and Liz Moore

Wednesday 29th January 19:00 at London - Piccadilly

Join journalist Lucy Scholes as she talks to award-winning authors Rosamund Lupton and Liz Moore to discuss their latest electrifying novels in which they write about stigmatised issues and hard-hitting topics.

Rosamund Lupton is the Sunday Times bestselling author of Sister, Afterwards and The Quality of Silence. Set in rural Somerset; her latest novel, Three Hours, takes readers on a pulse-racing journey of a school under siege. Taking place over the most intense three hours of their lives, the novel is told from the perspective of victims and witnesses. Emma Healey, author of Elizabeth is Missing has described it as: 'One of the most exhilarating reading experiences I've ever had'

Liz Moore is the author of acclaimed novels
Heft and The Unseen World. Her newest novel, Long Bright River, is set against the notorious drugged fuelled backdrop of Kensington Avenue, Philadelphia, and has recently been optioned for a feature film. When the bodies of murdered sex workers begin to appear, police officer Mickey Fitzpatrick becomes obsessed with finding the perpetrator before her sister becomes the next victim. Paula Hawkins calls it 'An outstanding crime novel, bringing to mind the best of Dennis Lehane or David Simon'.

Please join Lucy, Rosamund and Liz for what promises to be an enthralling evening of discussion about bestselling thrillers and the incorporation of relevant issues into their writing.
London - Piccadilly Waterstones, London - Piccadilly
Wednesday 29th January 19:00
General Admission: £8.00
Waterstones Cardholder: £6.00

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