SATURDAY, 15th OCTOBER 2016

Philomena Dwyer Literary Lunch with Rosie Thomas

Rosie Thomas has written twenty-two novels and a travel book, drawing widely on her travel experiences.

A keen adventurer for pleasure as well as research, she has climbed in the Alps and Himalayas, driven halfway around the world in a competitive car rally, lived and worked on a tiny research station in Antarctica and explored in Ladakh, Kashmir and Central Asia.

Her latest novel Daughter of the House follows on from The Illusionists and is set in London after the Great War, when the hard-won freedoms of women were once more in doubt and Nancy and her fellow suffragettes must strive all over again for the right to control their own destinies.

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