The Furies, the Irishman’s latest novel featuring private eye Charlie Parker, is published on Thursday, August 4, and he will be at Plackitt and Booth in Clifton Street for a signing visit the following day.
It’s Connolly’s first tour since before the Covid pandemic and following a previous visit to Lytham for a literary lunch, he has included the base of lunch organisers Plackitt and Booth on his list of favourite UK bookshops.
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“We are delighted and really looking forward to welcoming John back,” said Plackitt and Booth co-proprietor Alison Plackitt.
The Furies is the 20th Parker book by the former journalist, whose works also include the Stan Laurel biography ‘he’.