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Warwick Books Events

Address
24 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SL
Telephone
01926 499939
E-mail
Car Park
On Street or New Street
Dates
20th September - click for more events
Times
Various - see web site
Admission
Various - see web site
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Warwick Books Events

Thursday 20th September, 7pm at Warwick Books
Lying To You by Amanda Reynolds

Tickets £5 including refreshments
You think you know the truth, but what if your husband is LYING TO YOU?
When Jess Tidy was Mark Winter's student, she made a shocking accusation. Mark maintained his innocence, but the damage was done. Karen Winter stood by her husband through everything, determined to protect her family.
Now, ten years later, Jess is back. And the truth about that night is finally going to come out . .

Thursday 11th October, 7pm at Warwick Books.
Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss

Tickets £5 including refreshments
It’s summer in Northumberland, and seventeen-year-old Silvie is stuck in an experimental archaeology camp with her difficult father, who has nationalist sympathies, her cowed mother, a Professor from a university down South, and some of his students. They mimic the harshness of Iron Age life, and all mod cons are disallowed. Hovering over the narrative, and bound to the history of the site, is the story of a bog girl sacrificed by her people millennia before. With levels of complexity, Sarah’s trademark frankness and a cast of characters to rival the best British dramas, this is a story about how we came to be where we are today. 

Thursday 22nd November, 7pm at Warwick Hall, Myton Rd.
In The Mouth of the Wolf by Michael Morpurgo

Tickets £5, must be booked in advance.  All proceeds will go towards Michael's charity of choice, Farms For City Children.
In the Mouth of the Wolf
 is the epic, true story of Michael Morpurgo’s uncles during World War Two. The book will feature 100 pieces of artwork from Barroux, including illustrations inspired by Morpurgo’s family photographs. It is an incredible true story of courage and love during World War II.
In the Mouth of the Wolf will follow two brothers; one an actor and airman and one a secret agent and teacher. As the shadow of one war lingers, and the rumbles of another approach, brothers Francis and Pieter argue. Francis is a pacifist and conscientious objector, while Pieter signs up to fight. What happens next will change the course of Francis’s life forever, and throw him into the mouth of the wolf.

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