Not one, not two, but three of our favourite authors will be making up a panel at Chorleywood Litfest on 4th November, making it one of the hottest tickets in town.
Tasmina Perry is the Sunday Times top 10 bestselling author behind achingly romantic stories in enviable locations. Her latest novel, THE LAST KISS GOODBYE, is no exception. When archivist, Abby Gordon stumbles across a faded photo of explorer, Dominic Blake kissing his love, Rosamund Bailey goodbye, she feels compelled to embark on a journey to discover their story, taking in London, Paris and St. Petersburg on the way.
Stella Newman’s delicious debut novel, THE DISH, is that rare combination of hilarious and moreish. When food critic, Laura Parker meets Adam Bayley over the last custard doughnut at her favourite patisserie, she quickly realises he may just be the man to break the mold of hopeless dates she seems to attract. But Adam’s job means Laura has to keep hers a secret and it’s a little difficult to expect honesty from your boyfriend, when you aren’t being too upfront yourself.
THE LAST HONEYTRAP by Louise Lee marks the introduction of our new favourite heroine – Florence Love – a private investigator with a slightly different set of rules from most. One kiss, with tongues, five seconds – case closed. Florence has ten days to entrap elusive jazz singer Scot ‘Scat’ Delaney, which with her success rate, should be no problem – except for that fact that Scat’s attractiveness is somewhat… distracting.
All three authors will be talking about their books and a lot more on the side. Guaranteed to be full of laughs and with discounts on all three books, this is not one to be missed.
Tickets can be bought here.