When: Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 6:30 pm Pacific
Where: Free online event, register here
Join Munro’s Books for a wonderful evening featuring new historical fiction from three of BC’s best novelists – Caroline Adderson, Dede Crane, and Shaena Lambert.
A tragicomedy set in 19th century Russia, Caroline Adderson’s A Russian Sister tells the story of a seven-year period in the life of Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, as told from the perspective of his beloved sister, Masha.
In One Madder Woman Dede Crane writes about the memorable and clandestine love story between two visionary artists in 19th century Paris– Berthe Morisot (the sole female member of the renowned group of artsts known as the Impressionists) and Édouard Manet.
Inspired by Petra Kelly, the original Green Party leader and political activist who fought for the planet in 1980s Germany, Shaena Lambert brings us Petra, a captivating new novel about a woman who changed history and transformed environmental politics – and who, like many history-changing women, has been largely erased.
Don’t miss what is sure to be a fascinating discussion about these three novels telling the stories of real, historical women!