Come along to The Novium Museum, Chichester, for an exciting evening with two historical authors on Friday 12th September, 18.30. Michael Arnold and Robert Wilton will reveal that there is nothing civil about Civil War…
Michael Arnold lives in Petersfield, Hampshire, and has been a member of Earl Rivers’ Regiment of Foote in The Sealed Knot. Traitor’s Blood is the first in The Civil War Chronicles series featuring the unforgettable Captain Stryker and is followed by Devil’s Charge (a Sunday Times Historical Fiction Choice of the Year) and, most recently, Warlord’s Gold.
Writer, diplomat and charity co-founder Robert Wilton divides his time between Cornwall and the Balkans. The latest in the prize-winning Comptrollerate-General series of historical novels, The Spider of Sarajevo, draws on documents from the organisation’s archive and explores different crises in British history. It was published on the centenary of the events it illuminates.
Light refreshments and an opportunity to view the Museum’s collection will be available during the interval. Tickets for this book talk are £5 (to include refreshments) are available from Chichester Library (01243 777351) or The Novium Museum (01243 775888).