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An Evening with Local Author of The Secret Sister – Liz Trenow

June 6 @ 6:30 pm8:00 pm

‘A heartbreaking, heartwarming novel full of love, romance, sadness, fear, strength, bravery and family values.’ — NETGALLEY REVIEWER

Join us for an evening with the Author of The Secret Sister, Liz Trenow.

Come along for a glass of wine and a special evening at Gainsborough’s House. Copies of the book will be available for the author to sign, specially discounted for the evening, plus other titles she has written.

Tickets £12

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Book bio

A completely gripping and uplifting WW2 page-turner, The Secret Sister is Liz Trenow’s ninth novel. Living and writing in Suffolk, Liz takes inspiration from the county and her roots inbedded deep within her childhood home in Sudbury.

Liz says “One strand running through some of my novels stems back to my family background: I was born and brought up in a house next to the family silk mill, a company which was founded nearly 300 years ago and is still going strong today.”

A reader says, “Liz Trenow writes like a painter, with broad strokes to set a scene, and then takes a small brush for the details, capturing the essence of the time quite effortlessly.”

About Liz Trenow

Liz Trenow is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of historical fiction, including Under a Wartime Sky and The Silk Weaver. Her novels are published worldwide and have been translated into many languages.

A former journalist, Liz spent fifteen years working for regional and national newspapers, and BBC radio and television news, before turning her hand to fiction. She lives in East Anglia with her artist husband and they have two grown-up daughters and three beautiful grandchildren.

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