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Granite Noir:

Closer than Close

Chaired by Bryan Burnett

  • 26 Feb 2022
  • 4:00pm
  • Lemon Tree

Overview

Granite Noir: Closer than Close

Three brilliant books where close relationships are tested to the absolute limits. Join us as Oyinkan Braithwaite shows us how blood is thicker – and more difficult to get out of the carpet – than water, in her acclaimed book My Sister the Serial Killer. LV Matthews explores an intense bond, and a bitter rivalry, and Lexie Elliott asks us: if you thought your friend deserved to die, could you kill her?

Price

£9.50

Further Information

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Does not include film screenings or Locked Door Games.

About the authors

Oyinkan Braithwaite

Oyinkan Braithwaite is a graduate of Creative Writing and Law from Kingston University. Following her degree, she worked as an assistant editor at a Nigerian Publishing House and has been freelancing as a writer and graphic designer since.

LV Matthews

For over ten years L V Matthews worked both in domestic and international sales for major UK publishing houses, before leaving to pursue a career in writing. She lives in Hampshire with her family where she is setting up a writers retreat business. 7K Twitter followers

Lexie Elliott

Lexie grew up in Scotland, at the foot of the Highlands, she works in fund management in London. After university, Lexie succumbed to the need to climb out of debt and find a job and began work for an investment bank in London, where she remained for 8 years. After losing her banking job during the Global Financial Crisis, she began work part-time in fund management in the City of London, where she still works now; the rest of her time is spent writing, or thinking about writing, and juggling family life and sport.

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