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An Evening with Catherine Bailey

 

'To say that Catherine Bailey makes history come alive is such a cliche and yet it's so true, she is absolutely one of my favourite writers' Kate AtkinsonA brilliant historian who brings the past to life with aplomb, Catherine Bailey is one of our best-selling non-fiction authors here at Waterstones Nottingham. We're thrilled to welcome her for a talk about her latest powerful read, 'Fey's War'.The evening will include a conversation about the book, audience Q&A and a book signing.

'To say that Catherine Bailey makes history come alive is such a cliche and yet it's so true, she is absolutely one of my favourite writers' Kate AtkinsonA brilliant historian who brings the past to life with aplomb, Catherine Bailey is one of our best-selling non-fiction authors here at Waterstones Nottingham.We're thrilled to welcome her for a talk about her latest powerful read, 'Fey's War'.The evening will include a conversation about the book, audience QA and a book signing.Ticket prices are inclusive of all fees. Copies of the book will be available on the night.If you have access requirements, please get in touch beforehand. Waterstones Nottingham is wheelchair accessible. All welcome.-------------------------------------**Formerly published as The Lost Boys**FEY'S WARCatherine Bailey'Remarkable. A powerful, engrossing story of a journey into the heart of darkness and final escape from it' Sunday TimesIn September, 1944, the SS march into a remote Italian castle, arrest a mother and seize her two sons, aged just two and three. If Hitler has his way she will never see them again. For Fey Pirzio-Biroli is the daughter of Ulrich von Hassell, executed days before after the failed assassination of the Fuhrer. Mercilessly cast into the Nazi death machine, Fey must cling to the hope that one day she will escape and rescue her lost children...'Extraordinary. A rich, deep, gripping read' Guardian