Patrick Gale

Take Nothing with You

Festival Marquee
Sat 29 Sep

Born in 1962 on the Isle of Wight, son of the prison governor, Patrick Gale is one of Britain’s best-loved and bestselling novelists, an astute and sympathetic observer of human nature whose works include Rough Music and the BBC drama Man in an Orange Shirt. Set partly in the Borders, Take Nothing With You charts a collision between childish hero worship and messy adult love lives. “A wonderful, wonderful read,” Stephen Fry. [806]


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