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Jennifer Saint, Susan Stokes-Chapman and Rosie Andrews - A Potent Mix of Myth and History

Jennifer Saint, Susan Stokes-Chapman and Rosie Andrews - A Potent Mix of Myth and History

Jennifer Saint, Susan Stokes-Chapman and Rosie Andrews - A Potent Mix of Myth and History

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Dates and times

Friday 6 May 2022
6:30PM - 7:30PM

Three tremendous new voices in the world of Historical Fiction who have already enjoyed big success.

 

Jennifer Saint’s first novel Ariadne was a best-seller and gathered some amazing reviews from readers and critics. In the follow-up, Elektra, the House of Atreus is cursed. A bloodline tainted by a generational cycle of violence and vengeance. This is the story of three women, their fates inextricably tied to this curse, and the fickle nature of men and gods.

 

Susan Stokes-Chapman’s recent number one best-seller, Pandora is a pure pleasure of a novel set in Georgian London, where the discovery of a mysterious ancient Greek vase sets in motion conspiracies, revelations and romance. Gorgeously atmospheric and deliciously page-turning, Pandora is a story of secrets and deception, love and fulfilment, fate and hope.

 

Rosie Andrews’ The Leviathan is richly researched, incredibly atmospheric, and deliciously unsettling. Set in Norfolk, in 1643 during a time of political and religious turbulence. It is a tale of family and loyalty, superstition and sacrifice, but most of all it is a spellbinding mystery and a story of impossible things.

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Venue

Mitchell Library

North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN