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An Evening with Hazel Gaynor
Wednesday 14th June, 7pm
The Buttercross, Brigg

We're very much looking forward to welcoming Hazel Gaynor, an award winning, international bestelling historical fiction author, with her brand new novel, The Last Lifeboat. 

The evening will feature an interview and discussion with Hazel, followed by an audience Q&A and ending with a booksigning.

Books will be available to purchase on the night.

About the Last Lifeboat:

Liverpool 1940.

Alice King stands on the deck of SS Carlisle, waiting to escort a group of children to Canada as overseas evacuees. She is finally doing her bit for the war.

In London, as the Blitz bombs rain down and the threat of German invasion looms, Lily Nicholls anxiously counts the days for news of her son and daughter's safe arrival. But when disaster strikes in the Atlantic, Alice and Lily - one at sea, the other on land - will quickly become one another's very best hope. The events of one night, and the eight unimaginable days that follow, will bind the two women together in unforgettable ways.

Inspired by a remarkable true story, The Last Lifeboat is a gripping and triumphant tale of love, courage and hope against the odds.

Tickets are free but should be reserved in advance

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Hazel Gaynor is an award-winning, New York Times, USA Today, and Irish Times bestselling author of historical fiction, including her debut The Girl Who Came Home, for which she received the 2015 RNA Historical Novel of the Year award. The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter was shortlisted for the 2019 HWA Gold Crown award, and The Bird in the Bamboo Cage was shortlisted for the 2020 Irish Book Awards. She is published in twenty languages and twenty-seven countries. Hazel lives in Kildare with her family.

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