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Light Shining in the Forest and England’s Lane

11:00am | Wednesday 20 March 2013
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About this Event:

Two bestselling novelists talk about their latest works, their lives as writers and the adaptation of their books to film.

Paul Torday is author of the comic novel Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, which was turned into a film starring Ewan McGregor. His most recent novel is The Legacy of Hartlepool Hall and another, Light Shining in the Forest, is due to be published in 2013. Torday published his first novel at the age of 59 and was nominated for best newcomer at the Galaxy British Book Awards in 2008.

Joseph Connolly’s latest novel England’s Lane follows three couples living in England’s Lane, each having an only child and looking after their family and livelihoods, each living above the shops they run. But they are all hiding their lies and their sins. Connolly’s novels include Summer Things, made into a successful film starring Charlotte Rampling.

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