Chiswick Book Festival


  • Chiswick Library, Duke's Avenue, W4 2AB

  • 020 8994 1008

  • £3.00

  • 20-Sep-13

  • Fri, 6p.m.

  • All ages

elizabeth Buchan began her career as a blurb <br />writer at Penguin Books. she moved on to become <br />a fiction editor at Random House before leaving <br />to write full time. Her novels include Light of the <br />Moon and the prizewinning consider the Lily<br />&ndash; reviewed in the Independent as &lsquo;a gorgeously <br />well written tale: funny, sad and sophisticated'. <br />Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman became an <br />international bestseller and was made into a cBs<br />Primetime Drama. Later she published the second <br />Wife, separate Beds and Daughters. she has just <br />finished A thousand Little Lies, a novel about the <br />sOe operating in Denmark during the second <br />World War.<br />the talk will be chaired by torin Douglas, director <br />of the chiswick Book Festival.

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