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Three Writers Talk About Their Work

Saturday 9 April 2016

1 Hour


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Three writers of historical fiction, Antonia Hodgson, Robyn Young and Jason Hewitt join to talk about their writing under the watchful eye of journalist and writer Lucy Atkins.

Hodgson is author of the CWA Historical Dagger winner The Devil in the Marshalsea and its sequel The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins. The latter finds its hero Thomas Hawkins being dragged to the gallows through the streets of 18th-century London, charged with a murder of which he is innocent. The novel is based loosely on actual events.

Young is the bestselling author of the Bretheren trilogy, set during the Crusades, and the Insurrection trilogy, set in the time of Kind Edward and Robert the Bruce. The first book in her next New World Rising series is due out in the summer and is set a decade after the end of the War of the Roses.

Hewitt is a novelist and playwright. His first novel, The Dynamite Room, was set during World War II. His latest, Devastation Road, is set in Europe during the dying days of the same conflict.