An Evening with Adrian d’Hagé

Adrian d'Hagé

Join us for an evening with Adrian d’Hagé – soldier, scientist and theologian, often referred to as Australia’s “Indiana Jones”.
No stranger to adventure, he has fought in the jungles of Vietnam, where he was awarded the Military Cross, oversaw military planning for the security of the Sydney Olympics and his degrees in chemistry (including wine chemistry) have given him a deep insight into horror scenarios like the weaponising of Ebola and attacks on nuclear facilities.
d’Hagé researches his novels in the far flung corners of the globe and his latest book The Russian Affair is no exception.

Tickets are $10 and available online and in-store at Megalong Books.

When: June 8 at Megalong Books – 6:15 pm for a 6:30 start.

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Sophie Hansen visits Leura

A great time was had at the shop on Saturday night listening to the lovely Sophie Hansen talking about her new book A Basket By the Door with Suzanne Rix. It is a beautiful book celebrating the giving of handmade gifts to friends either having a tough time or celebrating.

Event: Meg Keneally in conversation.

Join Meg Keneally in coversation with Kate Fagan at Megalong Books Saturday May 11 at 6:30pm.
Meg’s debut solo novel Fled is an epic, well-researched and beautifully written historical adventure based on the extraordinary life of convict Mary Bryant, the only female convict to successfully escape the colony.
Meg is known for the bestselling Monsarrat series written with her father, Booker Prize winning author Tom Keneally.

Tickets are $10 and available online and in-store at Megalong Books.