London`s finest book club, Literati at Grosvenor House, is hosting the launch of Natasha Solomon`s second novel on Thursday 2nd June 2011.
The charming The Novel in the Viola has the same winning formula of warmth and humour as that of critically acclaimed first novel, Mr Rosenblum`s List.
Set on the Dorset coast, The Novel in the Viola explores themes of love, self discovery and reinvention. With as much warmth, charm and humour as Mr Rosemblum`s List, Natasha presents a delightful second novel sure to garner the same level of praise.
Natasha Solomon`s great aunt Gabi Landau inspired the events of The Novel in the Viola, in which a young girl escapes Europe in the lead up to the Second World War, trading her cosseted existence to one of an English parlour-maid, much like Gabi herself.
Richard & Judy has just announced The Novel in the Viola as one of their picks for their Summer Book Club, Literati got there first and the Grosvenor House book club looks to be one of the best yet.
Champagne and canapés will be on hand as Literati guests celebrate The Novel in Viola and toast Natasha, whose debut novel Mr Rosemblum`s List became an international bestseller with The Times.
Literati is open to hotel guests and non-residents, encouraging dialogue and informal networking within an unpressurised environment.
For a minimal cost, which will include drinks, canapés and a copy of the author`s latest book, guests will have a chance to interact directly with some of the UK`s most prolific literary icons from crime writers to chick lit, biographies to comedy.
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