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Number Ten

A talk and book-signing by the best-selling author
  • 7 Nov
Number Ten

Event Information

11.30am Roper Room at the egg theatre

No performance info available

Former TRB Director and acclaimed author and playwright, Robin Hawdon, talks about his new novel, Number Ten, a post-Brexit thriller described as Bourne meets The West Wing. Robin will read extracts from the book and sign copies before lunch in the Garrick’s Head.

Lunch options: Chicken, bacon and tarragon or mushroom, leek and tarragon

11.30 am Roper Rooms at the egg theatre

£28.50 per person

A booking fee of £1.75 per ticket applies

A talk and book-signing by best-selling author, Robin Hawdon.

Robin Hawdon – author
BOOKS (all available on Amazon)

Number Ten (Downing Street)
Latest novel, a fast moving post-Brexit political thriller now attracting stunning reviews.

“It must surely be made into a TV series. Better than ‘The Bodyguard’ “

Published by Brown Dog 2019.

A Rustle In The Grass
His first novel A Rustle In The Grass was published by Hutchinsons in 1984 as their Book Of The Month, and by Dodd Mead in the US. This book is newly republished by Thistle.

The Journey & Survival Of The Fittest
The second book by Hawdon was ‘The Journey’, published by Hawthorn in 2002.

A third novel, ‘Survival Of The Fittest’, is published by SBPRA.

Charley Poon’s Pomes

A new book of children’s poems – Charley Poon’s Pomes – released late 2017, is now available on Amazon.

Private life
Robin’s wife of over forty years, Sheila, is a psychotherapist and writer. They have two daughters, four grand-children, and homes in Bath, the South of France and Australia.

SELF 18A copy

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