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This year we welcome two brilliant authors who have published two very different books.
Peter Moore’s Endeavour is probably the most topical book of the month, if not the year - marine archaeologists think they have just discovered the remains of Captain James Cook's ship off Newport USA, 250 years after it set sail from Whitby. Captained by James Cook, its discoveries of Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Australia changed the shape of European geographers' thinking about the world.
Contemporary artist Ed Kluz has produced a sumptuously illustrated & authoritative book on forgotten British architectural masterpieces, The Lost House Revisited.
Each will reveal the inspiration behind their book and sign copies after the Lunch.
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Are political autobiographies not for you? Think again. Alan Johnson’s three volumes vividly document his path from childhood adversity to head of the communications union, then ministerial posts in the Blair and Brown governments. All three books have won major literary prizes.
Barnsley-born Milly Johnson is a Sunday Times Top 5 bestselling author of 16 novels, with millions of copies sold to date. Known as the ‘Queen of Feel-Good Fiction’, her novels feature friendship, family, love, betrayal, good food and that little bit of magic in life that sometimes visits the unsuspecting.
photo c/o Yorkshire Post FRINGE EVENT Hilary Robinson is the author of over 60 books for children including Mixed Up Fairy Tales and Where The Poppies Now Grow. She won the Historical Association’s Young Quills Award 2016 for Flo of the Somme - a book about the role of mercy dogs during World War 1. Jasper Space Dog combines facts with fun fiction. It has been written to encouraged a new audience to engage with the 50 year anniversary of the historic moon landing, for schools and their space topics and for readers who are interested in life beyond earth!…Find out more »