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Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - 4/BOOKS -

So­phie Han­nah – Agatha, Poirot & Me: The best-sell­ing au­thor of psy­cho­log­i­cal crime nov­els talks about how she came to write two new Poirot nov­els. Lis­ten to her at the Univer­sity of Hud­der­s­field on March 9 and for tick­ets visit www.thelbt.org Ryedale Book Fes­ti­val: In the beau­ti­ful set­ting of Nun­ning­ton Hall book lovers can lis­ten to his­tor­i­cal fic­tion writer Sophia Tobin on her lat­est novel The Van­ish­ing as part of Ryedale Book Fes­ti­val on April 1. De­tails www.ryedale­book­fes­ti­val.com House Style: Five Cen­turies of Fashion at Chatsworth House in­cludes a fore­word by the Duke of Devon­shire, and will com­pli­ment their exhibition at the stately home. Re­leased on March 22 through Riz­zola In­ter­na­tional Pub­li­ca­tions. The Sin­gle Soldier by George Costi­gan: The ac­tor is known for many shows based in York­shire in­clud­ing Happy Val­ley, and has now re­leased his de­but novel. Set in France dur­ing the Ger­man oc­cu­pa­tion, it is of­fi­cially re­leased on March 30. Se­cret Brad­ford by Mark Davis: The book ex­plores the for­got­ten parts of the city in­clud­ing the un­der­ground drainage sys­tem and the closed rail­way tun­nels. Avail­able now through Am­ber­ley. For fur­ther de­tails visit www.am­ber­ley-books.com

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