A critically acclaimed author will give a talk at the Marlow Bookshop about her new novel.

Libby Page, who is best known for her best-selling book, ‘The Lido’, will be at the Spittal Street venue on Tuesday, March 3 to discuss the ins and outs of her latest novel, ‘The 24-Hour Café.’

The story looks at Hannah and Mona who are best friends.

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They work at Stella’s Café which opens its doors for the lonely and the lost where people go to find themselves are escape what they are going through.

One day, the café is open for 24 hours and everyone is welcome.

During that one, Hannah and Mona’s friendship will be tested, when the community will come together and when lives will be changed.

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Prior to becoming an author, Libby worked as a campaigner for fairer internships and a journalist at the Guardian.

The talk will begin at 6.30pm and tickets cost £5.

For more information about the Libby’s visit to Marlow call 01628 473 240 or visit www.marlowbookshop.co.uk.