LITERARY LUNCH: IN CONVERSATION WITH CRIME NOVELIST STEPHEN BOOTH
Thursday 6 May, 2021: Delicious three course lunch and talk with internationally acclaimed, award-winning novelist
Hosted in the elegant surroundings of the Overton Suite at Frodsham’s Forest Hills Hotel, we invite you to enjoy a three course meal, followed by Stephen’s fascinating reflections on the relationship between fiction and reality in his stories.
Stephen Booth is a former newspaper journalist and author of 18 novels in the best-selling Cooper and Fry crime series, set in the Peak District.
Described by the Sunday Telegraph as “one of our best story tellers“, Stephen has won awards on both sides of the Atlantic, including the Dagger in the Library from the UK Crime Writers’ Association. His books are sold all around the world, with translations in 16 languages.
His latest title Drowned Lives is a standalone novel with a historical theme, telling a story of hidden family secrets and a centuries-old feud, against the background of a canal restoration project.
A frequent speaker at literary festivals, Stephen is also a director of the writer development agency Writing East Midlands and runs courses and workshops for aspiring writers.
Place: Forest Hills Hotel, Frodsham
Time: Thursday 6 May, 12.30pm for 1pm.
Tickets: £24 (including three course set lunch and coffee. Vegetarian option available).
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