Essie Fox’s latest novel is set in the worlds of Edwardian silent cinema and the long hot summer of 1976. It is the story of a meeting between a young London journalist and an ageing but still enigmatic actress who has hidden away as a recluse for over half a century. Hre she tells us about the film that inspired the setting for her story.
We find out a little more about Essie Fox, author of The Last Days of Leda Grey, as she answers our burning questions.
We are getting to know the bestelling author just a little bit better. . .
Here at One Book Lane we love Halloween, what better excuse to hide away from the autumn weather and give ourselves the heebie jeebies with a good scary story? So we asked some of our authors for their recommendations for the stories that give them a fright.
Liz Fenwick’s bestselling Cornish romances, The Cornish House and A Cornish Affair, are the next best thing to a mini-break on the coast. Liz dropped by One Book Lane for a chat ahead of the publication of her spelling-binding new novel Under A Cornish Sky and brand new paperback A Cornish Stranger.
The bestselling author tells us what it’s like to reach this landmark point in her career, and about the inspiration for Song of the Skylark