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July 2019

MAIN BOOK GROUP: “Grief is the Thing with Feathers” by Max Porter

July 30 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Golden Hare Books, 68 Saint Stephen Street
Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 5AQ United Kingdom
Free

Our monthly book group has been running since 2012: come along and discuss books! Our ever-popular, longest running book group runs on the last Tuesday of the month. Run by one of our booksellers, we want people to come and relax in the surrounds of the bookshop with a glass of wine, and enjoy discussing a book. It’s informal, illuminating and a lot of fun! How it works Reserve a space online for the next book group, or call/email/pop in…

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August 2019

Book Fringe 2019: Golden Hare Books Edition!

August 3 @ 1:00 pm - August 28 @ 7:30 pm
Golden Hare Books, 68 Saint Stephen Street
Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 5AQ United Kingdom
Free

The Book Fringe is a free, community book festival run by two independent Edinburgh bookshops: Lighthouse in Southside and Golden Hare Books in Stockbridge. The Book Fringe is a chance for readers to meet world-class writers in the intimate and lively settings of local bookshops at one of two kinds of event: Lunchtime at Lighthouse: These start at 1pm and run for 30 minutes.Evenings at Golden Hare: These start at 6.30pm and run for 1 hour. ALL events are FREE: no…

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September 2019

BOOK LAUNCH: The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing with Mary Paulson-Ellis

September 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Royal Scots Club Edinburgh, 29-31 Abercromby Place
Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 6QE United Kingdom
£3.00 - £16.99

Join us for a very special evening, celebrating the highly-anticipated second novel from one of Edinburgh's favourite authors, Mary Paulson-Ellis. After the Times-bestselling success of her debut novel The Other Mrs Walker, Golden Hare is very proud to present the book launch for her next foray into historical fiction. The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing Set between present-day Edinburgh and the final, brutal weeks of the First World War, this is no ordinary novel - and fittingly, this will be no ordinary book…

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