Claire Fuller's latest novel Bitter Orange is the story of a woman's obsession with a couple she meets at a dilapidated country house. An atmospheric tale set during the long hot summer of 1969 it is a tale of entangled lives, loneliness and belonging, hedonism and repression, and the boundaries between truth and lies. Claire has written two other novels, Our Endless Numbered Days, which won the Desmond Elliott Prize, and Swimming Lessons, which was shortlisted for the Encore Prize. She lives in Hampshire.
Claire will be in conversation with Diana Evans (Ordinary People) chaired by author and journalist Nicolette Jones.
This event is on Friday 22 February in The Assembly Rooms, 7–8.15pm. Tickets £10.
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