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Local Authors Event featuring Jane Isaac, Helen Gould and Peter Morrell
Friday, 5th May at 7:30pm
St Peter's Church, Oundle, PE8 4AL
The Festival of Literature is very pleased to support and promote several of our very talented local authors. We have a very rich and varied group of authors in this area so please come along and find out more about them and their books; perhaps you will be inspired to read a new book or motivated to put pen to paper yourself!
Jane Isaac: The Lies Within
The Lies Within is the third novel in Jane’s second series. Grace Bannister is distraught after her daughter's body is found in the Leicestershire country lane. DI Will Jackman delves into the case but when the police discover another victim, the spotlight falls on Grace. Can Jackman find the killer, before Grace is convicted of a crime she didn't commit?
Helen Claire Gould: Floodtide
Floodtide is set on icy Naxada, the Shiranu farm in lava tubes under a dormant volcano, avoiding hunter tribe the Sargussi. But the mutually-hostile tribes’ world will soon be torn apart by natural forces. Planetary geologist and astronomer Jordas Krata, part of a team observing an incoming asteroid, enters this precarious balance of nature to rescue both tribes from the destruction about to rain down on them and help resettle them on a safer planet.
Peter Morrell: The Honourable Member of Pepynbridge
In Peter’s third novel Ralph Waters QC, is The Honourable Member for the constituency of Pepynbridge Forest. Ralph asks the rector, to marry him and his partner Pascal in St Aidan’s Abbey. When Herbie points out that it would be against the law, Ralph announces he is piloting a Private Members’ Bill through the House of Commons to force the Church of England to recognise and conduct same gender marriages. Ralph’s request is discussed by a deeply divided Parochial Church Council.