Exploring Lincolnshire with Derek Turner

Thursday 4th August 2022
18:30 at Waterstones, Lincoln - High St

Lincolnshire is England's second-largest county – and one of the least well-known. Yet its understated chronicles, unfashionable towns and undervalued countryside conceal fascinating stories, and unique landscapes: its Wolds are lonely and beautiful, its towns characterful; its marshlands and dynamic coast are metaphors of constant change.

We are proud to welcome author Derek Turner to our flagship Lincolnshire branch in its county town, and can't wait for you to
join us in our cosy first-floor café for a trip around our county from the comfort of our store.

Tickets – £4

Ticket price is redeemable against purchase of a copy of Edge of England.

Book now online, or contact us at [email protected] or on 01522540011 for more information.




Reviews of Edge of England:

By some marvellous alchemic mirror, Edge of England shows how one rather overlooked county impacted national history, and vice versa. If this were not enough, Turner must also be counted among the finest prose-smiths working the English language today. -- John Lewis-Stempel, author of Meadowland: The Private Life of an English Field

A mellifluous and rich account of Lincolnshire's strange history, landscape and folklore. -- Edward Parnell, author of Ghostland: In Search of a Haunted Country

Further details: 01522540011

Lincoln - High St Waterstones, Lincoln - High St
Thursday 4th August 2022

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