Prophecy writer S. J. Parris (pseudonym of journalist, author and literary critic Stephanie Merritt) swaps Elizabethan stories with historian and author of The Private Lives of the Tudors Tracy Borman in the glorious setting of the Great Hall at Lambeth Palace. Part of CityRead:London.
Lambeth Libraries invites you to take over a display for a month with your 10 recommended reads. You’ll get to share with the world your favourite books that you think everyone should read. They’ll even be copies of your books available for people to take home and (hopefully) fall in love with.
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