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Lord Tugendhat has had a long and distinguished career in government, business and public service. Since 1993 he has been a Conservative member of the House of Lords and currently sits on the Economic Affairs Committee. His latest book ‘A History of Britain Through Books 1900-1964’ offers a unique perspective on the 20th century, and casts light on many issues that still perplex us today.
Kitty Sewell is a successful sculptor and bestselling author who was born in Sweden and lives in Andalucia. Her fifth novel ‘The Fault’ is set in Gibraltar, and was inspired by the time she spent there learning about its history. Kitty will be interviewed this Friday 15th November as part of the Gibraltar Literary Festival.
Kirk Weddell is a screenwriter and filmmaker. His debut novel ‘Brothers’ is based on his earlier prize winning screenplay. It’s a breathtaking, bittersweet novel about family, loneliness, hope and an epic quest for redemption. It was inspired by an Observer newspaper article about a mysterious Irish island and the search for Spanish Armada treasure
Shelley Twinn has achieved success in many careers including fashion, hairdressing and the Civil Service. Her debut novel ‘Dating is Us’ is based on her and her friends’ experiences with online dating in later life. It will make you laugh and cry.