Forthcoming Events

Regular Events :

3rd May 2017

We are pinching ourselves over this event.

Our second US author.

David Baldacci.

Sold over 100 million copies of his books.

One of only TWO independent bookshop events in the UK.

David Baldacci has been writing since childhood, when his mother gave him a lined notebook in which to write down his stories. (Much later, when David thanked her for being the spark that ignited his writing career, she revealed that she’d given him the notebook to keep him quiet, because “every mom needs a break now and then.”)

David published his first novel, Absolute Power, in 1996. A feature film followed, with Clint Eastwood as its director and star. In total, David has published 33 novels for adults; all have been national and international bestsellers, and several have been adapted for film and television. His novels have been translated into more than 45 languages and sold in more than 80 countries; over 110 million copies are in print worldwide. David has also published six novels for younger readers.

Venue : Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa
Torintone Suite.

Doors open 7.30 for 8.00 PM

Tickets £16.99 * inc copy of his book “The Fix”

Tickets available instore or Eventbrite**
** subject to booking fee is booking online.

0151 342 7290

10th May 2017

Professor Stephen Harding launches his new book
at Linghams on the 10th May 2017.

Doors open 6.30 for 7 PM

Tickets £5.00 redeemable against his new book.

Call 0151 342 7290 for tickets

18th May.

Not one but TWO Sunday Times Bestsellers:

Milly Johnson, talking about her new book “Queen of Wishful Thinking”. Sold over 1 million copies worldwide.

Also Jane Costello taking about her book “Summer Nights at the Moonlight Hotel”

Doors open 6.30 for 7.00 PM

Tickets £8.00 *£5 redeemable against either book.

Free drink on arrival.

Call 0151 342 7290 for tickets

6th June 2017

Edward Docx and his Editor

Venue Linghams Bookshop

Doors open 6.30 for 7 Pm

Tickets £5.00 redeemable against his book.

Edward Docx

“Let Go My Hand”

.He is the author of The Calligrapher, which was highly acclaimed and widely translated and Self Help, which was a contender for the 2007 Booker Prize.

Let Go My Hand is a darkly comic and deeply moving twenty-first-century love story between a son, his brothers and their father. Through these vividly realized characters, it asks elemental questions about how we love, how we live, and what really matters in the end.

Ed’s fiction have been compared to Dickens (The Guardian and The Washington Post) and to Dostoyevsky (The Financial Times and The Washington Post) – as well as to Conrad (The Sunday Times), JM Coetzee (The Independent) and Julian Barnes (The Independent). With previous novels, he has won The Geofrey Faber Prize and been long listed for the Man Booker. Amazon (USA) listed Pravda as one of the best books of the year (2008) and Docx was named as one of the 21 most gifted young writers from around the world by The Hay Festival committee. His first novel, The Calligrapher, was cited by The San Francisco Chronicle as a best book of the year (2004) and was a finalist in The William Saroyan Prize (Stanford, USA).

7th June an evening with Chris Boardman

“Triumphs and Turbulence”

Chris is back by popular demand talking about his very personal autobiography.

You may know him as the much-loved co-presenter of ITV’s Tour de France coverage or enjoyed his BBC Olympic coverage, but beyond the easy charm Chris Boardman is one of our greatest, most inspiring cyclists. The remarkable journey of Chris from Olympic gold medal winner to the inside track of Team GB Cycling team.

Tickets include a copy of his paperback £8.99.

0151 342 7290

Or online at Eventbrite *Online charges may be incurred.

Doors open 6.30 for 7pm

Welcome drink on arrival

13th June

Mark Billingham in conversation with Chris Brookmyre

Venue Thornton Hall Hotel and Spa
“Pulford Suite”

Tickets £10 * redeemable against Love Like Blood.

Doors open 7 for 7.30

DI Tom Thorne and DI Nicola Tanner investigate a series of brutal killings in London in the year’s most shocking crime novel – and the most daring work yet from number one bestseller Mark Billingham.

Saturday June 17th

Redmen of Liverpool

Book signing 2PM with

Ian Calllaghan and George Rowlands

In the last years of the 19th century an American tobacco company, Allen and Ginter, began inserting plain cards called ‘stifeners’ into packets of cigarettes to protect their products from being crushed. It was swiftly exploited for commercial purposes: to advertise other products and then illustrate the cards with popular personalities. These collectables swiftly became a phenomenon. Now Rowlands has shared his passion. Featuring every Liverpool player featured in this medium, along with biographical details and contextual notes.