Mary Paulson-Ellis, author of The Other Mrs Walker, in Conversation - Thursday 26th September


Mary Paulson-Ellis, best-selling author of The Other Mrs Walker, will be at Mostly Books on Thursday 26th September talking about her new book, The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing.

Solomon knew that he had one advantage. A pawn ticket belonging to a dead man tucked into his top pocket - the only clue to the truth .

. . An old soldier dies alone in his Edinburgh nursing home.

No known relatives, and no Will to enact. Just a pawn ticket found amongst his belongings, and fifty thousand pounds in used notes sewn into the lining of his burial suit . . . Heir Hunter, Solomon Farthing - down on his luck, until, perhaps, now - is tipped off on this unexplained fortune. Armed with only the deceased's name and the crumpled pawn ticket, he must find the dead man's closest living relative if he is to get a cut of this much-needed cash.

But in trawling through the deceased's family tree, Solomon uncovers a mystery that goes back to 1918 and a group of eleven soldiers abandoned in a farmhouse billet in France in the weeks leading up to the armistice. Set between contemporary Edinburgh and the final brutal days of the First World War as the soldiers await their orders, The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing shows us how the debts of the present can never be settled unless those of the past have been paid first . .

Mary will be in conversation with Laura Shepherd-Robinson whose
historical debut novel, Blood & Sugar, was published earlier this year.

Tickets are £7.50 and include a drink and £2 redeemable against a purchase on the night.  Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

Tickets available from EventBrite and Mostly Books.

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