‘Elizabeth is missing’ author Emma Healey at Blackhall Library

‘A new talent with a remarkable knack for observation and an ear for dialogue.’ Toronto Star

‘The British author so fully inhabits the 80-year-old heroine… that it’s easy to forget the writer has yet to hit 30.’ Globe and Mail

Her slot at the Edinburgh International Book Festival sold out fast, but rising star Emma Healey will be joining us for a free event at Blackhall Library on Monday 11th August to discuss her acclaimed debut novel.

Elizabeth is Missing is a psychological mystery and a study of dementia narrated by the character of Maud, a forgetful eighty-one year-old whose mind is continually drawn to the disappearance of her friend.

This event, which starts at 7pm, is going to book up fast so reserve your place now by calling Blackhall Library on 0131 529 5587 or email blackhall.library@edinburgh.gov.uk


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