The Dangerous 30s – Natalie Marlow, Tom Mead and Louise Hare at Bloody Scotland

Holy Trinity Church Stirling

The 1930s are easily seen as the slightly dowdier cousin of the dazzling, jazz age 20s but these three authors have made it the deadliest of decades. Natalie Marlow’s Needless Alley, an evocative slice of noir set on the backstreets of Birmingham in 1933, is a tale of honey-traps, seedy canal-side bars, and obsession. Tom …

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£8.00

Historia Live! Louise Hare, Liz Fremantle and Vaseem Khan

Wheatsheaf Pub 25 Rathbone Place, London

Historia Live! Come to the Wheatsheaf in Fitzrovia to enjoy a free ranging conversation with three brilliant historical novelists, chaired by author and writing tutor Emma Darwin.   Enjoy the talk - which will last for about an hour - then stay to buy copies of their books (you know you want to) and enjoy …

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£5.00

History in the Court

Goldsboro Books 23-27 Cecil Court, London, United Kingdom

Join your favourite historical fiction authors at this wonderful event at Goldsboro Books, London. This is a celebration of a beloved genre. Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available and the ticket price is redeemable against any book purchases on the night. Attending authors are: Abir Mukherjee, AJ West, Anita Frank, Anna Mazzola, Ben …

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£5

In Celebration of Our Sisters

Earlsfield Library 276 Magdalen Rd, London

Before turning her hand to writing Louise Hare worked in the travel industry. Her debut novel ‘This Lovely City’, published in 2020,  offers a vivid portrait of the Immigrant experience in Post-war London. The book which is set in Brixton in the 1950’s, which began life after a trip into the deep level shelter below …

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Barnet Libraries Black Literary Festival – Lorraine Brown and Louise Hare

Finchley Church End Library Regents Park Road, London, United Kingdom

Join us as we celebrate Black writing for women, with authors Lorraine Brown and Louise Hare in conversation with Laura Sampson. Lorraine and Louise will be discussing their new books Five Days in Florence and Harlem After Midnight with Laura Sampson. 'Enchanting, engaging and utterly romantic' Mike Gayle. 'Oozes glamour . . . Did someone …

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Woolwich Centre Library: Harlem After Midnight

Woolwich Centre Library 35 Wellington St, London, United Kingdom

Join in on Woolwich Centre Library's Black History Month 2023 events! Louise Hare is a London-based writer and has an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck, University of London. Originally from Warrington, the capital is the inspiration for much of her work, including This Lovely City, which began life after a trip into the deep …

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BHM at Ealing Central Library

Ealing Central Library 103 Ealing Broadway, London, United Kingdom

From bestselling author of This Lovely City and Miss Aldridge Regrets comes another brand new thrilling historical murder mystery Harlem After Midnight. Set in 1930s this transatlantic tale follows Lena Alridge from London to the Big Apple who finds herself embroiled in a murder case in the heart of Harlem. Join us in what promises …

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Rose and the Burma Sky – Rosanna Amaka

Brixton Library Brixton Oval, London, United Kingdom

Join authors Rosanna Amaka and Louise Hare in conversation discussing Rosanna’s latest novel, Rose and the Burma Sky   1939: In a village in south-east Nigeria on the brink of the Second World War, young Obi watches from a mango tree as a colonial army jeep speeds by, filled with soldiers laughing and shouting, their …

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Novel Writing for Beginners

Twickenham Library Garfield Rd, United Kingdom

Have an idea that you’d love to turn into a novel? Or love writing but don’t know how to develop ideas for longer form writing? Led by published author Louise Hare, this writing workshop will explain the basics to kick start your writing journey. You’ll learn tips and techniques for finding inspiration as well as …

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£8

Beyond the Book Festival, Brighton – The Past on the Page

Friends Meeting Place Ship Street, Brighton, United Kingdom

What does it take to recreate the past on the page, and what can we learn from these novels as a modern audience?   Frances Quinn in conversation with Anna Mazzola, Louise Hare and Jacquie Bloese. Come along to the inaugural Beyond the Book Festival in Brighton this April. Ticket prices are for the full …

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£35

In Conversation at Battersea Bookshop with Louise Hare and Vaseem Khan

Battersea Book Shop Battersea Power Station, Ground Floor Turbine Hall B, London

In Conversation at Battersea Bookshop About this event 1 hour 30 minutes Join us for an evening of thrilling conversation with authors Louise Hare and Vaseem Khan talking about their latest books Harlem After Midnight and Death of a Lesser God. An evening of murder and suspense, set against a vivid historical canvas alternating between 1930s New Yorkand …

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£7