Support won’t be forgotten
A NOVELIST has launched her second book, a thriller, along with a singing hairdresser.
Writer and clinical psychologist, Luana Lewis, hosted a launch party for her novel ‘Forget Me Not’ in The Metro Lounge in Amersham on Wednesday, November 11.
Chairman of Chiltern District Council, Mimi Harker, made a speech telling the 50 guests how important it is when communities support local talent.
Dr Lewis said: “I loved it, I had such fun. I felt so lucky to be part of this supportive community.”
This book follows Luana’s first novel, ‘Don’t Stand So Close’, both have been published by Penguin Random House publishers.
Forget Me Not is a psychological suspense about a family’s dark secret. The hairdresser, Brendan O’Sullivan, sang a series of hits including Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin at the event.
Top Brendan O’Sullivan and above, author Luana Lewis