Meet Joanna Trollope
Peterborough Central Library
Friday 1st February - 1pm
£5 (£4 concessions and reading group members)
Tickets from Central Library or Waterstones, Bridge Street
Joanna will be talking about her latest novel The Soldier’s Wife, and her life as a writer, as well as answering questions from the audience.
Does marrying a soldier mean marrying the army? Joanna Trollope takes a keen look at the home lives of the modern army in this captivating new book. What happens, these days, when love and a vocation collide, head on?
Copies of the book will be available to purchase and have signed after the event.
Joanna Trollope has been writing for over thirty years. She first wrote a number of historical novels published under Caroline Harvey, and more recently her enormously successful contemporary works of fiction, several of which have been televised. The Rector’s Wife was her first number one bestseller, and made her into a household name. Since then she has written eleven more contemporary novels.
Booking is essential, telephone Central Library on 01733 864 280.
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