A mesmerising and epic literary novel set between the wilds of Siberia and the UK about mothers, daughters and the wild side of female nature,
from the prize-winning author of Larchfield.
In How Nature Mends Us, Emma’s hand-illustrated diary stands as a candid account and powerful testament to how reconnecting with nature may offer some answers to today’s mental health epidemic. Hatchards are delighted to be joined by Emma’s characteristic wit and frankness, in discussion with Kate Bradbury, journalist and author of The Bumblebee Flies Anyway.
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From the best-selling author of Stalingrad, Berlin and D-Day, Antony Beevor’s Ardennes 1944: Hitler’s Last Gamble tells the… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting an event with Louis De Bernieres where he will… Read more »
Catherine Aird is author to over twenty crime novels including Chronicles of Calleshire. She will be on a panel… Read more »