The TRE Bookshow. TRE’s Hannah Murray catches up with top authors, to discuss their latest releases 25/04/18


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This week:

L. S. Hilton was named as Glamour Magazine’s ‘Writer of the year’ in 2016. She grew up in England, and has lived in Key West, New York, Paris and Milan. After graduating from Oxford, she studied art history in Paris and Florence. Her novel ‘Maestra’ was the biggest selling debut of 2016. The shockingly audacious conclusion ‘Ultima’, also featuring glamorous art dealer Elizabeth Teerlinc, is out now

Roz Watkins likes to walk in the Peak District, scouting out murder locations! ‘The Devil’s Dice’ is her crime debut introducing DI Meg Dalton. It was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger award, and has been optioned for a TV series by ITV Studios.

Sibel Beadle is a mother of two and no stranger to creating impromptu stories for bedtime. The third book in her Witchy Travel Tales series ‘The Golden Bunny of the lake District’ is perfect for children aged 5+. The book features seven very different daughters who have to deal with very real problems that young children face today.

Karen Hamilton spent her childhood in Angola, Zimbabwe, Belgium and Italy, and developed a love of travel from moving around so much. This led her to a career as a flight attendant, and it was then that she thought of the idea for her debut thriller ‘The Perfect Girlfriend’

Sarah Davis has written ‘Baby Daze’, a collection of poetry portraying the humorous and sentimental experiences of early motherhood. Covering a myriad of topics that parents of all ages can relate to, the poems are short, accessible, and easy to read – even for sleep deprived new mums!