Author event: Thorne Moore – Bethulia
7.30pm Friday 3rd March
Thorne Moore will be joining us to discuss her latest book, Bethulia, with Judith Barrow.
Entry is FREE.
Tickets can be reserved here
Coffee shop and bar will be open for refreshments.
Bethulia by Thorne Moore
Alison, Danny, Jude. Three girls bound closer than sisters. Nothing can divide them. Until Alison falls for Simon Delaney. Handsome, successful and ambitious, what woman wouldn’t want him? He’s surely her perfect husband. So why does she commit suicide? If it is suicide. The police say yes, except for the driven DC Rosanna Quillan. She says no, but she can only watch as Jude and Danny fight for the prize – the widower. How far would either of them go to have him?
Thorne Moore lives in a north Pembrokeshire farm cottage on the site of a medieval manor, with an excellent view of the stars, but she grew up in Luton and studied history at Aberystwyth. Nine years later, after a spell working in a library, she returned to Wales, to run a restaurant with her sister, and a craft business making miniature furniture.
She took a law degree and occasionally taught genealogy, but these days, she writes, as she had always intended, after retiring from 40 years of craft work.
Besides her psychological crime and historical mysteries, including ‘A Time for Silence’ (finalist for the People’s Book Prize and Bookseller Top Ten best seller), she also writes science fiction.