An Evening with Charles Spencer

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 13th Feb 2018

Join us for an evening with best selling history author Charles Spencer as he talks about and reads from his latest book To Catch A King.

Have a glass of wine and lose yourself in the exhilirating history of Charles II- with all the verve and energy of a Le Carre thriller Charles Spencer has captured history like no other.

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Europe/London An Evening with Charles Spencer An evening with best selling history author Charles Spencer as he talks about and reads from his latest book To Catch A King. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/13/an-evening-with-charles-spencer-164790 Waterstones,193 Kensington High Street,London,London

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