Victoria Glendinning & Paula Byrne

  • Brendon Books
  • November 11
  • 18:30 - 20:00
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Two biographers who also write fiction will be talking about their latest books and the difeerences between approach between the two genres
The Butcher’s daughter.In this stirring, critically acclaimed and affecting novel, award-winning author Victoria Glendinning intricately depicts the lives of women during the Tudor era. The Butcher’s Daughter is the atmospheric story of a young woman’s struggle to define herself in a world of uncertainty, intrigue, and danger.
Look To Your Wife. Lisa Blaize feels out of place when her high-flying husband becomes the headmaster of a school in a country town. She turns to the one place where she learns she can be uninhibited. But ‘Twitter may be my undoing’, Lisa discovers as her one-time private life becomes all too public. Soon she is dealing with an online stalker and her husband’s reputation is put at risk, but will she be able to give up her addiction? From the gossip of the classroom to our obsession with instant communication, Look To Your Wife is witty and brilliantly observed, revealing the pleasures and pains of contemporary life.
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