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The launch of The Sound of the Hours with Karen Campbell

Tuesday 16th July 19:00 at Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street

We are very pleased to be launching Karen Campbell's new book The Sound of the Hours in store.
Tickets are free but must be reserved via ink.

What side do you pick when the lines are blurred?

September, 1943. Tuscany, Italy.

In the hilltop town of Barga, everyone holds their breath. Even the bells fall silent. Everything Vittoria Guidi knows is at risk. German troops occupy the mountains around her home, as US Buffalo soldiers prepare to invade. Trapped, does she side with her Scots-Italian father or Fascist mother as her country - and future - is torn in two?

Frank Chapel, a young, black American soldier fighting for a country that refuses him the vote, is unlike anyone Vittoria has ever met. In the chaos, they find each other. But, as loyalties are tested, families fall apart...

Karen Campbell launches her new novel 'The Sound of the Hours' a novel about identity, conflict and love, set during World War Two in Barga – Italy’s most Scottish town.

This is a free event but please make sure you reserve your seat via the eventbrite link below. 

'Doors open' at 6.30pm for a 7pm start in our 2nd floor bar and event space.

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