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An Evening With Ruth Ware (Including Live Tarot Reading!!)

Thursday 18th April 19:30 at Brighton

Join bestselling crime writer Ruth Ware for a discussion of her new novel The Death of Mrs Westaway hosted by literary tarot cabaret duo Litwitchure.

 Expect the unexpected as Litwitchure’s Fiona Lensvelt and Jennifer Cownie interview Ruth about her latest thriller – in which a young woman struggles to eke out a living as a tarot reader on Brighton pier – by reading her tarot live on stage. 

Ruth Ware is an international number one bestseller. Her thrillers In a Dark, Dark Wood, The Woman in Cabin 10 and The Lying Game were smash hits, and she has appeared on bestseller lists around the world, including the Sunday Times and New York Times. The film rights to all three books have been optioned and she is published in more than 40 languages. Ruth lives near Brighton with her family.

Fiona Lensvelt and Jennifer Cownie are readers of books and dabblers in the occult. Together they run Litwitchure, London's first (and only) literary tarot cabaret and consultancy, with which they tour the UK, interviewing authors by reading their tarot.

Tickets for this event are £4 including a glass of wine on arrival and booking fee. They are available online at the bottom of this page, by emailing events.brighton@waterstones.com, by calling 01273 206017 or by speaking to our ground floor booksellers.

 

Further details: 01273 206017

Brighton Waterstones, Brighton
Thursday 18th April 19:30

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