Festival at Glimbridge
by Roger Jones
When Percy Vosper inaugurates a literary festival in his home town in the north of England, little does he realise the place will be shaken to its foundations when a dysfunctional travelling theatre company and a stream of larger than life literati descend on it.
Leading literary critic Graham Burton and aspiring journalist Heather Glaze observe events with a wry detachment unaware that the arrival of an American breakfast cereal mogul will change their lives irrevocably.
The business ambitions of a leading national newspaper group and a local radio station's hilarious broadcasts add further spice to this lively novel which ranges from tragedy to farce.
- Roger Jones, September 2011
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