National Crime Reading Month

How Lockdown Inspired The Bad Neighbour: Author Jennie Ensor in Conversation with Actress Diana Berriman

South-east England (inc. London) & East Anglia

Event Type:author interview
Event Organiser:Friends of Belsize Community Library
Booking Link:https://www.friendsofbelsizelibrary.org/whats-on/upcoming-events#h.7j149mvu5fsx
Ticket Price:Free (please bring a donation for refreshments)

Belsize Library
Antrim Road

Venue accessibility:

Fully accessible

National Crime Reading Month: How Lockdown Inspired The Bad Neighbour

Author Jennie Ensor will be in conversation with local actress Diana Berriman, who will read extracts from The Bad Neighbour. Prepare to be entertained! There’ll be a chance to ask questions, and to buy signed copies of the book.

Note from the author:

As awful and unsettling as it was, my experience of living through the Covid-induced lockdowns had at least one positive outcome, as far as I’m concerned: it inspired my fifth book. Set in an English village in 2020 from the start of the first lockdown in England, The Bad Neighbour is centred on the relationships between three women who are neighbours. Along with the role of female friendship in overcoming adversity, I was interested in exploring the impact of the pandemic and the powerful forces for both good and bad that it seemed to unleash from within our psyches.

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