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CANCELLED Literary Supper with Joanna Trollope

Monday 5th March 2012 6:30pm - 10pm St Pancras International, Foyles Unit 8A, St Pancras Station, Euston Road, London, N1C 4QL Literary Event, Chargeable Event

In a career spanning over 35 years, Joanna Trollope has written over two dozen books, becoming one of Britain's best-loved writers. Join us for dinner at the elegant St Pancras Grand Hotel Restaurant where Joanna will be discussing her life in writing and her latest novel, The Soldier's Wife (published 2nd February), in which an army major returning from the frontline struggles to readjust to the calm of domestic life with his beloved wife and daughters.

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