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Thursday June 11th - 7.00pm
Matt Baylis returns with his new Rex Tracey Murder Mystery.
The brilliant local crime series.
£3. BUY TICKETS HERE.
First, there was Death at the Palace, then there was The Tottenham Outrage.
Now, Haringey's world weary journalist Rex Tracey returns to investigate another murder in Matt Baylis's brilliant new book "Black Day at the Bosphorus Cafe".
"When Mina, a Kurdish student, plunges in flames from the top floor of
Mina was looking forward to the trip of a lifetime, she’d mysteriously vanished only a week before her death, and she’d been in contact with a whistle-blowing local government officer – who pretty soon ends up dead himself.
As he investigates, the sleuthing journalist with a sad past and weakness for Polish lager is sucked into a world of honour killings, corrupt officials, and clashing traditions."
It's always brilliant when Matt visits the shop and we're delighted that he'll be here to talk about his new book.
Tickets for this event are just £3 HERE, which will be redeemable on any of the Rex Tracey series.
Black Day at the Bosphorus Cafe is published on June 2nd. Copies can be pre-ordered HERE.
Friday June 19th - 8.00pm - 10.30pm
Comedy Night with Tiernan Douieb + more tbc
Announcing a very special night of comedy at the Bookshop.
We welcome the brilliant Tiernan Douieb to the shop who'll be previewing his Edinburgh Fringe Show,
"The World is Full of Idiots, Let's Live in Space".
It's a real treat for us to have one of the best comedians on the circuit come to the shop and we cannot wait for this one.
Tickets are just a fiver BUY THEM HERE, and you can bring your own refreshments.
Your compere for the evening is our good friend Chris Brosnahan, so you're in safe hands.
Tickets should go very quickly for this, so PLEASE book early.
Thursday July 23rd at 7.00pm-9.00pm
An Evening with Scarlett Thomas.
Bestselling author Scarlett Thomas returns to the bookshop for a very special evening, to celebrate the publication of The Seed Collectors, her first novel for five years.
"I have no idea why everyone thinks nature is so benign and glorious and wonderful. All nature is trying to do is kill us as efficiently as possible."
Great Aunt Oleander is dead. To each of her nearest and dearest she has left a seed pod. The seed pods might be deadly, but then again they might also contain the secret of enlightenment. Not that anyone has much time for enlightenment. Fleur, left behind at the crumbling Namaste House, must step into Oleander's role as guru to lost and lonely celebrities. Bryony wants to lose the weight she put on after her botanist parents disappeared, but can't stop drinking. And Charlie struggles to make sense of his life after losing the one woman he could truly love.
A complex and fiercely contemporary tale of inheritance, enlightenment, life, death, desire and family trees, The Seed Collectors is the most important novel yet from one of the world's most daring and brilliant writers. As Henry James said of George Elliot's Middlemarch, The Seed Collectors is a 'treasurehouse of detail' revealing all that it means to be connected, to be part of a society, to be part of the universe and to be human.
Scarlett’s previous novels include Our Tragic Universe, Bright Young Things and The End of Mr Y, which was longlisted for the Orange Prize. Scarlett’s books are quite rightly, very very popular at the Big Green Bookshop and anyone who was at the shop last time Scarlett was here will know what an incredibly exciting night we have in store.
Tickets for the evening are just £5, redeemable on the night on Scarlett’s books. BUY TICKETS HERE.
If you can’t make the night, but would like a signed copy of The Seed Collectors posted to you, copies are available to pre-order HERE.
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