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Thursday 26th April 2018
Meet West Hampstead’s own bestselling author Susie Steiner & the star of 24 Hours In Police Custody
There are very few things that could top our excitement at having West Hampstead’s bestselling crime author, SusieSteiner back to talk about and sign copies of her new paperback, Persons Unknown, but we are double thrilled to welcome Detective Inspector Graham Macmillan, known to many of us as Maca from TV’s 24 Hours InPolice Custody, to speak alongside her.
Maca is a detective with MCU – the major crime unit – in Cambridgeshire, and has advised Susie on all matters procedural for five years, working closely on all the Manon Bradshaw novels.
So bring your questions about working with the murder squad when they both visit at 7.30pm on 26th April. Entry is free but please book your place via 0207 431 3770 or email@example.com
Enjoy an evening of mindfulness and meditation in the bookshop when Kadam John McBretney, principal teacher at the Haruka Kadampa Meditation Centre, visits the shop on 10 May at 7.30 to talk about How To Transform Your Life by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, author of 22 books on the subject of modern Buddhism.
There will also be two guided meditations on the evening and as well as talking about the book and outlining the benefits of the mindful life, Mr McBretney will also be answering questions from the floor.
The event is free and no previous experience of meditation is necessary…but a ticket is and you can reserve and print yours at http://howtotransformyourlifewesthampstead.eventbrite.co.uk
We’ve been huge fans of Erin Kelly since her brilliant debut novel, The Poison Tree, an elegant, elegiac thriller of which Stephen King himself commented ‘I wish I’d written this’. But her latest novel, He Said She Said, raises the bar even higher and is her finest work to date.
When in the hushed aftermath of an eclipse, young couple Laura and Kit think that they’ve witnessed a rape, four lives are changed forever. Part court-room drama, part flash back and wholly brilliant, HSSS is poised, sensitive and entirely gripping, the sort of novel that you simply can’t stop reading while at the same time not wanting to end…and it’s paced to perfection.
We’re delighted to welcome Erin to the shop to talk about her book and her career at 7.30 on June 17. Entrance is free, but booking is required. Call or email to reserve your place