Essie Fox’s latest novel is set in the worlds of Edwardian silent cinema and the long hot summer of 1976. It is the story of a meeting between a young London journalist and an ageing but still enigmatic actress who has hidden away as a recluse for over half a century. Hre she tells us about the film that inspired the setting for her story.
We find out a little more about Essie Fox, author of The Last Days of Leda Grey, as she answers our burning questions.
We are getting to know the bestelling author just a little bit better. . .
Here at One Book Lane we love Halloween, what better excuse to hide away from the autumn weather and give ourselves the heebie jeebies with a good scary story? So we asked some of our authors for their recommendations for the stories that give them a fright.
Liz Fenwick’s bestselling Cornish romances, The Cornish House and A Cornish Affair, are the next best thing to a mini-break on the coast. Liz dropped by One Book Lane for a chat ahead of the publication of her spelling-binding new novel Under A Cornish Sky and brand new paperback A Cornish Stranger.
The bestselling author tells us what it’s like to reach this landmark point in her career, and about the inspiration for Song of the Skylark
Ella Griffin tell us what she learnt while researching her delightful new novel set around a little Dublin florist, The Flower Arrangement