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  • Mark Lawson In-Conversation with Debut Author A J Finn 
    ‘Hitchcock and Film Noir, On Screen and On the Page'  

    WEDNESDAY 31st JANUARY AT THE SOHO HOTEL 6.30 – 9.30pm

    Mark Lawson, broadcaster, journalist and author, introduces debut author A J Finn with a conversation to discuss his new novel, The Woman in the Window and the influence that Hitchcock and film noir has had on his writing and publishing career.

    Join us in the luxury screening room at The Soho Hotel as Lawson delves into the inspiration and creative process behind A J Finn’s new gripping psychological thriller, followed by a film screening of one of his biggest influences, Hitchcock’s Rear Window. 

    Intricate, atmospheric, and utterly spellbinding, The Woman in the Window is one of the most eagerly anticipated literary debuts of the decade — a Rear Window expertly and thrillingly re-imagined for our time, with comparisons being drawn to major publishing events like Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train.

    The Woman in the Window takes its cue from Hitchcock and classic film; A J Finn, is a young book editor who studied mystery and suspense fiction at Oxford University, who now publishes the work of Agatha Christie, and whose own writing is crafted in homage to these classics from Alfred Hitchcock and Patricia Highsmith.

    BOOK Tickets to the conversation and film screening for £25

    BOOK Tickets to the conversation, film screening and three-course dinner in Refuel Restaurant for £45

    Tickets also include a drink on arrival.