This month The Malton Book Club put themselves forward to read and review Anna Freeman’s The Fair Fight, a vibrant, visceral tale of courage, reinvention and fighting your way to the top in Georgian Bristol. Here’s what they made of it.
Anna Freeman is the author of The Fair Fight, a vibrant tale of female boxers and their scheming patrons in 18th-century Bristol. We had a chat with Anna and found out why she wishes she could spend her days making tiny things, and whether she actually took up boxing as research.
Internationally bestselling author and Co-Founder and Chair of the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction,Kate Mosse dropped in for a chat to celebrate the 10th Anniversary edition of her first bestselling novel, Labyrinth.
Vanessa Lafaye’s stunning novel Summertime is set to be the biggest debut of the year. It’s a beautiful and horrifying fictionalised account of one of the most devastating natural disasters in US history, the Labour Day Hurricane 1935. Read the shocking opening chapter right now . . .
Ahead of the publication of a beautiful 10th anniversary edition of Labyrinth this week, Kate Mosse reflects on the last ten years and the experience of publishing her very first bestselling novel.
This month The Whitchurch Book Group put themselves forward to read and review The Night Falling , a searing story of secrets and feuds set in 1920s Italy from the bestselling author of The Legacy, Katherine Webb. Here’s what they made of it . . .
Want to know what the average writing day looks like for a bestselling author? Or delve into the exciting world of literary agents and publishers? Well, now’s your chance. We have Katherine Webb, author of The Night Falling, joining us on One Book Lane on Friday 27th March – and she’ll be answering your questions!
Author, historian and TV presenter Kate Williams tells us all about her new novel, The Storms of War, the first in a groundbreaking new historical series which begins in the First World War.