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Stark Holborn: Nunslinger - The Western as you've never seen it before!

Wednesday 10th December 2014 6pm - 8pm Bristol, Foyles, 6 Quakers Friars, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BU Literary Event, Free Event

To celebrate the launch of Nunslinger: The Complete Series, Bristol-based author Stark Holborn invites you to a frontier-style literary hoe-down. Expect readings by Stark and friends, interviews and refreshments, including the favourite US snack jerky.
Nunslinger is the true tale of Sister Thomas Josephine, a woman whose desire to do good in the world leads her on an incredible adventure that pits her faith, her feelings and her very life against inhospitable elements, the armies of the North and South, and the most dangerous creature of all: man.

Stark 'Fairweather' Holborn is the pseudonym of a thrilling new voice in fiction. But he - or she - knows to keep friends close... and secrets closer. Apparently hailing from Wichita, Kansas, Stark now drifts between continents and currently resides somewhere near Bristol. Nunslinger is Stark's first published work.

Tickets are free but booking is recommended. Please email all enquiries.




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