Edinburgh Reads: “Trust” by Ajay Close

“Your friends or your principles: which would you betray?”

Our next Edinburgh Reads event features Ajay Close, who’ll be talking to us about her latest novel Trust, tracing the lives of three friends from the miners’ strike of 1984 through to the 2006 banking crisis.

A novel about  love, money, friendship and ideals, Trust asks some searching questions about how people adapt over time, and how they stay the same.

“intelligent and uncompromising” The Herald

“‘a serious book for grown-ups who want the world taken not with a pinch of salt but with something a little stronger … a boon to those who want to be made to think, both about men and women and the relations between them, and about the values we so often assume are shared ones.’ 
The Scotsman

Ajay will be at Edinburgh Central Library from 7pm on Thursday 3rd July. Reserve your free place now.



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