Best-selling author to speak at Cranbrook Literature Festival

Bestselling author Lisa Jewell. Photo by Andrew Whitton

Christine Newman writes:

Best-selling author Lisa Jewell will be in Cranbrook to talk about her many novels on March 24. Organized by the Cranbrook Literature Festival, this is a long-awaited event that had already been postponed due to the covid pandemic.

Cranbrook Literature Festival organizer Christine Newman said: “We are absolutely delighted to have Lisa come to town to talk about her writing.” She’s a prolific writer who has moved from family saga to psychological thriller genre over the years and it will be fascinating to hear her talk about this transition.”

Lisa Jewell was born in London in 1968. She is a global bestselling writer selling over five million copies of her books worldwide in over 25 languages. Her most recent novels, Invisible Girl, The Family Upstairs and Then She Was Gone, were all Sunday Times bestsellers.

The Family Upstairs was the best-selling crime novel of 2020 and a sequel, The Family Remains, is due out in July 2022. The Night She Disappeared is her final and nineteenth novel.

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