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Adele Parks will be showcasing her explosive new novel, Just Between Us, at the St Helen's Enterprises Book Club event on Tuesday 26t March.
14 Mar 2024
School News

We welcome renowned author, Adele Parks to our March Book Club. Adele will be showcasing her explosive new novel, Just Between Us, and will be interviewed about her latest work, inspirations, and writing processes by our wonderful host for the evening, Joe Haddow.

Just Between Us is a darkly compelling thriller which centres around the disappearance of bigamist Kylie Gillingham and the scandal which grips the nation, as both her husbands are named prime suspects.  

There will be an opportunity for an audience Q&A and copies of the book will be available to buy and have signed by Adele on the night.

Joe Haddow returns as our fantastic Book Club host for the evening. Joe is an author and broadcaster; he runs the Radio 2 Book Club, chairs literary events across the country and is the host of the popular Book Off! Podcast. 

Early arrival is recommended. Pre-drinks and refreshments will be available to purchase on the night from 7pm. No pre-reading is required – just book your ticket and come along.

Ticket price: £15.00

Adele Parks

Adele Parks MBE is the author of 22 bestselling novels including the Sunday Times bestsellers Both Of You and One Last Secret. 5 million UK editions of her work have been sold and her books have been translated into 31 different languages. Adele’s Sunday Times Number One bestsellers Lies Lies Lies and Just My Luck were shortlisted for the British Book Awards and have been optioned for development for TV. In 2022 she was awarded an MBE for services to literature.

Just Between Us

Lost. Missing. Murdered? And both her husbands are suspects… 

While Kylie’s two husbands remain prime suspects, her sons won’t accept that she is dead. Until a body is found, this scandalous and sad case remains wide open. Stacie Jones lives a quiet life in a small village, nursed by her father as she recovers from illness, and shielded from any disquieting news of the outside world. But their reclusive life is about to be shattered. How are these families linked, and can any of them ever rebuild their lives in the wake of this tragedy?

“Pacy, gripping thrill fest.” Heat Magazine

“Masterfully executed – her best book yet.” Lisa Jewell

Every ticket counts! At St Helen’s, everything we do is designed to enable pupils to become the best possible version of themselves. The funds raised from this event will support our ambitious Bursary and Scholarship programme; continuing our commitment to widening access to an exceptional education to all prospective pupils, irrespective of financial means or social circumstances.

Books are available for purchase on the night, in association with Chorleywood Bookshop.

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