A TRIO of bestselling thriller authors will form a Q&A panel later this month in collaboration with Flintshire bookshop.

In conjunction with The Berwyn Bookshop, Lisa Jewell, Claire Douglas and C.L. Taylor will be at Ewloe Sports & Social Club on Thursday, March 28, with fellow author Jenny Blackhurst chairing the event.

The evening will consist of a talk from the panel, where they will discuss their latest books, writing careers and more, before the audience is given opportunity to ask questions to the authors. There will also be chance to pick up books to be signed and personalised.

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This event is the only time these authors are scheduled to all be together as part of a panel.

Lisa Jewell is a New York Times and Sunday Times number one bestselling author who has been published worldwide in more than 25 languages. She has written over 20 books, and has sold over 10 million copies internationally. Upon its 2023 hardback release, None of This is True became an instant New York Times bestseller.

Claire Douglas is a Sunday Times Number one and international bestselling author. Her last book, 2023's The Woman Who Lied was a Richard & Judy Book Club pick and spent 11 weeks in the Sunday Times top 10. Claire has sold almost two-million copies of her books in the UK alone. The Wrong Sister is her 10th novel.

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C.L. Taylor is an award-winning, Sunday Times bestselling author of 10 gripping thrillers, including her last novel The Guilty Couple. She has sold more than two million copies of her books in the UK, and her next release Every Move You Make hits the shelves on March 28, 2024 - the same day as the event!

Event chair, Jenny Blackhurst, is no stranger to The Berwyn Bookshop, following her brilliant event last summer to discuss her first cosy mystery, Three Card Murder.

In addition to this new series, Jenny has also written eight bestselling thrillers, including How I Lost You, and her two 2023 releases, The Hiking Trip and The Summer Girl.

The Q&A evening is at Ewloe Sports & Social Club, CH5 3AX, on Thursday, March 28, at 7.30pm. Tickets are available from The Berwyn Bookshop or online via ticketsource.co.uk/theberwynbookshop