Chipping Norton Literary Festival – Writers Workshop: Historical Fiction

St Mary's Parish Rooms Chipping Norton

Do you want to write authentic, gripping and evocative historical fiction? Louise Hare, acclaimed author of This Lovely City and Miss Aldridge Regrets, will help you explore how to research your setting, authentically capture the atmosphere of the era in your writing, balance historical fact with creating a strong narrative and more.

£18

UK Crime Book Club

A Facebook Live interview with Tom Hindle, author of A Fatal Crossing. Note: This event is for members of the UK Crime Book Club only but you can apply to join before the event.

An Evening with Louise Hare and Harriet Tyce

Waterstones King's Road 158 King's Road, Chelsea, London

Join us for an evening of stylish thrills and literary chills as we welcome authors Louise Hare and Harriet Tyce to discuss their electrifying new crime novels, Miss Aldridge Regrets and It Ends at Midnight. Louise Hare is the author of the remarkable debut novel This Lovely City, and in Miss Aldridge Regrets she follows it up with a searching examination …

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Aye Write! 2022 – Ocean Going Thrillers

Mitchell Library North St, Glasgow

Pack your trunk and get ready to set sail with these three thrillers set on the high seas. Louise Hare - Miss Aldridge Regrets London, 1936. Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn’t worked out. Instead, she’s stuck singing in a sticky-floored basement club in Soho and …

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£11

Barnet Libraries Literary Festival

Finchley Church End Library Regents Park Road, London

Barnet Libraries Literary Festival welcomes: A morning with authors Louise Hare & Luan Goldie in conversation with writer Patrice Lawrence discussing their most recent books. There will be a bookseller in attendance and Louise, Luan & Patrice will be on hand to sign books purchased. Our booksellers would prefer payment for books in cash firstly …

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Women, Class and Writing the Past

Derby College Derby

Two historical thrillers by two celebrated writers who share their experiences of writing about fascinating women who exist beyond the bounds of respectability. Louise Hare's Miss Aldridge Regrets is a brilliant murder mystery set aboard the Queen Mary in 1936, combining music and glamour with a probing exploration of race, class and pre-WW2 politics. Lena Aldridge is …

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£7

Lambeth Libraries Readers & Writers Festival

Brixton Library Brixton Oval, London

Miss Aldridge Regrets is the exquisite new novel from Louise Hare. A brilliant murder mystery that explores class, race and pre-WWII politics. Lena Aldridge is wondering if life has passed her by. The dazzling theatre career she hoped for hasn’t worked out. Instead, she’s stuck singing in a sticky-floored basement club in Soho and her …

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