World War One author Sarah Harrison to speak about her work including The Wildflower Path

World War One author to speak about her work

World War One author to speak about her work

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IN the latest in a series of events to mark the centenary of the start of World War One author Sarah Harrison will be at Central Library to discuss her work.

She has written children’s books, short stories articles and scripts but is best known for her best selling World War One novels including The Flowers of the Field, A Flower That’s Free and her latest work The Wildflower Path.

There will be a question and answer session and books will be available to buy. Light refreshments will also be served.

You can meet Sarah from 7.30m on Thursday, September 25 and while admission is free places must be booked in advance. To reserve your place contact Karen Thornburn on 01744 677446 or email

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