Books: Pick Of The Week - Giles Foden and Magnus Mills
Thur Borders, Charing Cross Road, London
Saturday 25 September 1999
Magnus Mills has also just published a second novel - All Quiet on the Orient Express (Flamingo pounds 9.99) - hard on the heels of Only When the Sun Shines Brightly (Acorn pounds 3.99), his collection of short stories.
All Quiet on the Orient Express is the sinister tale of a naive soul who foolishly offers to paint a farm gate for a campsite owner at the end of the holiday season.
Giles Foden reads from `Ladysmith' and Magnus Mills reads from `All Quiet on the Orient Express' at Borders, 120 Charing Cross Road, London WC1 (0171-379 8877), Thur, 7pm, free
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