Eve Chase’s ‘The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde’ has dual narratives, one set in the present day and one during the heatwave of '59. It’s a story of how four teenage girls, on holiday in Oxfordshire, are slowly drawn into the disappearance of their Uncle and Aunt’s daughter, Audrey, five years before.
‘A New Map of Love’ by Abi Oliver is about an antiques dealer who, with his loyal dog, Monty, by his side, spends a summer getting far more embroiled with village life than he ever intended.
So, join us to hear about the delights and difficulties of setting books in real-life settings in the past and discover two different – but equally satisfying – summer reads. The event starts at 7pm on June 29, with Pimms served from 6.30pm. Tickets are £5, with £2 redeemable against a purchase on the night. Email us to reserve a ticket – or call into the shop for more details.