Best-selling authors head for Bath
Big name writers are heading to Topping & Co in Bath during the next few weeks starting tonight night with TV presenter Ben Fogle.
From reality TV show Castaway, presenting BBC series Countryfile and Animal Park, to rowing across the Atlantic and swimming with crocodiles, Ben Fogle is a man who loves exciting, often death-defying challenges. This event is so popular it has been moved from the book shop to St Swithin's Church.
On September 5 Claire Kilroy is in Bath with her novel The Devil I Know, set against the backdrop of a brewing international debt crisis.
Best selling writer John Connolly is here on September 8.
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The Wrath of Angels is the 11th book in Connolly's hugely successful Charlie Parker series.
Bath author Justin Shaw is at the bookshop on September 13.
Ten Weeks in Africa is a vivid and gripping novel about corruption, integrity and good intentions gone wrong, set in an African country on the brink of civil war. Justin will appeal to fans of John le Carré, William Boyd, and Graham Greene.
Rachel Heath has a launch party on Friday September 14 for her second novel, Part of the Spell. After her Costa-nominated debut, The Finest Type of English Womanhood, set in 1940s South Africa, she now turns her focus closer to home in this haunting tale of English suburbia.
Chris Ryan is in Bath on September 19 for the release of his new novel, Osama.
SAS hero Joe Mansfield is suffering the consequences of his involvement in Bin Laden's death: his reputation's in tatters and his family under threat.
Howard Jacobson arrives on September 20.
After winning the Booker with The Finkler Question, Jacobson returns with a novel set in a world where readers and writers seem to be in the minority. However Zoo Time is essentially about love.
As the Guide revealed last week, Duran Duran bassist John Taylor comes to Topping on Wednesday September 26.
John Sugden is here on Thursday September 27 with his new book Nelson: the Sword of Albion a definitive and intimate biography of Nelson ever published.
In On October 2 Bernard Cornwell is at the bookshop and on and on October 4 Iain Banks will be here to launch his new culture novel The Hydrogen Sonata – a tour de force of storytelling from a true master of his art.