A special literary event at The Jacqueline du Pre Music Building with free tickets available for Oxford Arts Group members.
Jasper Barry, Elizabeth Haynes and Richard Zimler in conversation with Nicholas Shakespeare (novelist and literary critic of The Daily Telegraph.)
In the beautiful setting of the Jacqueline du Pre' Music Building at St. Hilda's College, Jasper Barry will be reading from THE SECOND FOOTMAN, a journey back to the grandeur of nineteenth century Paris and a tale of love, obsession and deceit. First in a trilogy, the novel follows the exploits of young Max and his audacious plot to reinvent himself.
Part of a series featuring Detective Inspector Louisa Smith, UNDER A SILENT MOON by Elizabeth Haynes gives an insight into the investigative procedures of a major crime task force as they interview witnesses, corroborate facts, piece together the evidence and start unravelling the mystery surrounding two seemingly unrelated deaths.
Our third book of the evening is a chilling psychological thriller from American writer Richard Zimler. THE NIGHT WATCHMAN paint a moving portrait of troubled Chief Inspector Henrique Monroe and his family as a single crime reveals the damaging impact of abuse and opens a door into a world of shady political corruption and sexual violence.
Each author's reading will be followed by a short discussion, questions from the audience and a short break.
Books will be available for purchase on the night. Book signing at the end of the event.
To get your free tickets, simply click on the link below and enter the code FreeOAG http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/in-conversation-with-jasper-barry-elizabeth-haynes-and-richard-zimler-tickets-11698475455
Group members may like to meet at The Cape of Good Hope on The Plain Roundabout from 6pm. Please use the comments box to make arrangments.