Kim Sherwood’s impeccable novel of family & legacy , love & identity is a real treasure
Of all her complicated family, Eva has always been closest to her grandfather. On his death, she discovers a letter from the Jewish Museum in Berlin hidden among his things and a whole hidden past of horror, survival, reinvention and courage in wartime Hungary emerges.
No wonder that Kim Sherwood’s debut novel, Testament, has been shortlisted for Best First Novel and the Desmond Elliot Prize, it is a fresh and original, hopeful and redemptive, impeccably researched and beautifully told and we are delighted that Kim will be here to talk about it on June 20 at 7.30pm
Entry is free, but please book via 0207 431 3770or firstname.lastname@example.org