To celebrate Independent Bookshop Week
Come and hear about
latest book…a vivid & highly original novel
Tuesday 19th June at McGrigor Hall 7.30pm
Tickets £5 with 10% off Oggy’s book. There will be a pay bar.
Oggy Boytchev escaped from behind the Iron Curtain in 1986. Soon after, he joined the BBC in London where he spent the next 25 years covering international conflicts. Latterly, he became John Simpson’s producer and accompanied him on dangerous undercover assignments around the world.
The Unbeliever is a panorama of Cold War paranoia and intrigue spanning four decades, told through the life of one extraordinary – and real – spy. A story of love, loyalty, ambition and betrayal, it is a gripping and inventive historical novel, perfect for fans of John le Carré.
Then join us at our Annual Garden Party
with TWO Brilliant Bloomsbury Authors
TOR UDALL &
Friday 22nd June at 6.30pm
Tickets £15 to include your choice of book, a glass of prosecco & canapés. A pay bar will also be available.
After studying theatre and film, Tor co-founded a dance-theatre company and spent most of her twenties directing, writing and performing.
She then went on to teach drama for several years and choreographed an opera for The Royal College of Music.
A Thousand Paper Birds is her first novel.
Charles Elton was a director of the literary agency Curtis Brown before becoming an independent TV producer, then joining ITV. He left in 2010 when his bestselling novel Mr Toppit, a Richard & Judy Book Club pick, was published. The Songs is his second novel.
To find out more about the books, please go to our Bookshop page.