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Thu 6th Jul 2017
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Venue: Heffers Cambridge

J. S. Monroe, Clare Carson and Lesley Thomson will be discussing all things crime at Heffers Summer Crime Party.

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Tue 11th Jul 2017
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Venue: Dartington

Michael and Anne Heseltine will be discussing their garden at Thenford at the Dartington Way With Words Festival. 

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Tue 11th Jul 2017
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Venue: Toppings, St Andrews

Victoria Schofield will be at Toppings in St Andrews to discuss her new book, The Black Watch, the second volume of her history of the Scottish Black Watch regiment.

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Tue 11th Jul 2017
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Venue: Waterstones Perth

Victoria Schofield will be at Waterstones in Perth to sign copies of her new book, The Black Watch, the second volume of her history of the Scottish Black Watch regiment.

Wed 12th Jul 2017
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Venue: Waterstones West End, Edinburgh

Danny Orbach will be discussing his new book, The Plots Against Hitler, his account of the anti-Nazi underground in Germany and its numerous attempts to assassinate Hitler. 

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Mon 17th Jul 2017
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Venue: Gardens Marquee, Buxton

David Manners, the Duke of Rutland, and Emma Ellis will be discussing their book, Resolution, at the Buxton International Festival. 

Resoltuion tells the enthralling story of two generations of David’s ancestors, the Manners family. John Manners, Marquess of Granby, famously led a cavalry charge during the Seven Years War, losing both hat and wig. Loved by his men and idolized by the public, he left two sons whose contrasting fortunes and tragically short lives are documented in the detailed archives held at David’s home, Belvoir Castle.

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Sat 22nd Jul 2017
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Venue: Pavillion Arts Centre, Buxton

Douglas Carswell will appear at Buxton International Festival to discuss his book, Rebel.

Rebel is as controversial as its author. In it he claims democracy has been hijacked by a cartel of big banks, big government and big corporate interests and proposes a radical reform of politics and capitalism. Drawing on his first-hand experience of taking on and beating the established political parties, he says he can show how to ‘free democracy from the cartels’.

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Tue 25th Jul 2017
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Venue: Waterstones, Rose Lane, Canterbury

Michael Jones will be discussing his new book, The Black Prince, at Waterstones in Canterbury.

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